Victor and Liz arrived in Okinawa at Sesoko Station right on time to catch the first Acropora digitifera spawning a few hours later. Several colonies produced plenty of gamete bundles, which were fertilized at a high rate of success to produce tens of thousands of larvae. So, together with the Acropora tenuis larvae from Friday night, spawning season is off with bang! More spawning is expected tonight and in the coming nights this week. After a few days of intense larval care, the larvae will be ready for experiments in a few days. The weather is definitely in the rainy season, with torrential downpours, but with such successful spawning already and more to come, spirits are high!