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Evertebrat_hardbunnsfauna Sep 13
Another for , because it is too otherworldly not to share! This is a Dendronotus from , Norway. It's part of the project, mapping species and habitats of nudis in Northern Norway.
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Dr. Rebecca Tarvin Sep 14
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Steve Trewhella Sep 15
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Two Oceans Aquarium 4h
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Drew Harvell Sep 14
Our Dendronotus frondosus in glass is delighted to see your stunning live . Described in and exhibited Photo by
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Jack William Sep 14
Send Nudz. Found some awesome Nudibranchs. Why on earth should a slug be this coloured? It's amazing
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David Booth Sep 7
Science Twitter, I saved two of my science questions for my layover at the end of vacation. I’m dying to know some answers. Q1: For and other lovers...I saw a lovely tide pool filled with >5 of these critters. Got an ID for it?
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Poseidon Dive Center Sep 12
samoceanwarrior: Coryphellina rubrolineata growing to 42 mm in length.
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Image Quest Marine Sep 12
This month we are featuring a beautiful gallery of our colourful on our website. Go and take a look 📸 Nudibranch - Risbecia tryoni © Dray van Beeck /
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Roshini Ashok Kumar Sep 14
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georgina Sep 12
yellows and blues from the ... and a baby to match
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Alasdair O'Dell Sep 12
and I went for a dip under Leven bridge a couple of weeks back, fun and lovely even a few vis was great too!
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Poseidon Dive Center Sep 7
Close Up on the rhinophores (smelling organs, not as many people think the eyes) of a Hypselodoris zebrina this nudi grows to a Max size of 3cm. Taken by
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Ocean Steward Sep 7
Replying to @oceansteward_
This is a special nudibranch as it is only found in Guam and the Mariana Islands, hence the species name “guahan.” I hope you find them as mesmerizing as I do!
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Hannah Parry-Wilson Sep 13
More - found these tiny little gems hiding when cleaning out my tanks this morning... what a pleasant surprise! (They will be returned to the wilds of Plymouth Sound shortly of course)
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Rendra Hertiadhi Sep 6
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Ocean Steward Sep 7
Species Saturday! My favorite type of species…. (drum roll please) NUDIBRANCHS! Introducing Halgerda guahan, a dorid nudibranch of the family Doridoidea including medium to large, shell-less sea slugs.
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JAMES HOWELL Sep 10
Cratena peregrina is a kleptopredator. It wants to eat zooplankton but can not catch them so it eats hydroid polyps which have eaten zooplankton instead. Sounds like a sandwich to me. #…
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Salty Endeavors Sep 15
A magnificent kempfi - a Caribbean . They are simultaneous hermaphrodites. Both individuals dart their penis toward the other to induce one to act as a male and the other as the female. Nature can be so weird at times.
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Weaky Lynam Sep 10
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