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ilovenudis Jun 12
Flabellina sp. 💜📸@mark_genuino📍Philippines The genus Flabellina was established by John Edward Gray in 1833 with the type species Flabellina affinis and characterised by the cerata being arranged on peduncles and the rhinophores being annulate. |
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Hugo Eumel a.k.a. Ben Ahl. Jan 24
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ilovenudis Jun 5
Phyllodesmium iriomotense 😲📸@diveivanov 📍Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia The specific name iriomotense refers to its type locality, the island Iriomote. The type locality of this species is Iriomote, Ryukyu Islands, Japan. | |
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ilovenudis Jun 5
Nembrotha aurea 💙📸._ 📍Komodo Island, Indonesia The Nembrotha aurea is found across the Indo west Pacific area. They are found on rocky and coral reefs to a depth of 30 meters. | |
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ilovenudis Jun 5
Cuthona divae📸@pacificcoast101📍CA This species was described from Dillon Beach, California, United States. It has subsequently been reported from the Pacific Ocean coast of North America from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, to Point Loma, San Diego, CA
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ilovenudis Jun 12
Doto greenamyeri aka 'donut doto' ❤️ 📸@katherineluphotography 📍Pulau Hantu, Singapore This species was described from 20 m depth at Samarai Island in Kwato Channel, Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. It is also known from Indonesia. | |
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ilovenudis Jun 12
Eubranchus sp. 💜📸@diveivanov 📍Matahari Tulamben Resort, Indonesia This Nudi is only 20mm and was found feeding on hydroid at 5m. . For daily pics 👉🏼 follow on Instagram! . | |
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ilovenudis Jun 12
Spanish Shawl (Flabellinopsis iodinea) 📸@mansonfotos 📍Channel Islands, CA This species is native to the west coast of North America and farther south. In addition it is found in the Gulf of California and the Galapagos Islands. | |
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ilovenudis Jun 12
Frosted nudibranch/white-lined dirona (Dirona albolineata) 📸@dereksingerphotography 📍Whidbey Island, WA They are carnivores that feed mostly on small crustaceans and snails, and can grow to be 180 mm (7 inches) in length. | |
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Gummi Fridriksson Mar 25
RT - Taringa halgerda @kakemar7Tulamben, Bali This species is from Balayan Bay, Batangas Province, Luzon, Philippines. It is found in the tropical Western Pacific Ocean, especially around Indonesia, and the Philippines.
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Hugo Eumel a.k.a. Ben Ahl. Jun 9
Replying to @oceana
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