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SAERI May 24
Thanks for all the hard work and we'll done Ness on the project! Fab cake by depicting Darwin's .
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Alison Young May 24
I usually have to travel these days to find a new-to-me , so I was extra happy to meet this little Smooth-tooth Aeolis (Apata pricei) for the first time this morning along the Coast!
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SMSG May 24
Thanks for all your work and laughs with us over the last two years! Best of luck and keep in touch! Thanks to for an outstanding and delicious Thecacera darwini !
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☢️ Atomic Pixies Art ☢️ 21h
The smallest of our ocean creatures, here is the Sea Dragon Nudibranch! He will be a 1.5 inch enamel pin to unlock in our Nouveaocean Enamel Pin kickstarter coming soon! Make sure to give us a follow so you don’t miss it!
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ilovenudis May 21
Hypselodoris bullockii 🧡📸@discovering_the_oceans 📍Mozambique - Originally described from the South China Sea, this species is found in the western Pacific as far south as southern Queensland. It is also found in north western Australia and Thailand. |
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Hannah Parry-Wilson May 17
So we think it is an Elysia viridis?
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Dive Compare 15h
A terrific trio of yellow & blue Costasiella 'sheep' nudibranch! 📷 by .artpic ...
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No Such Thing as a Seagull 🤔 May 16
🦐 Few places in the open ocean provide better cover than the gills of the Spanish dancer . Because of their strikingly similar hues, the emperor blends almost perfectly into the Spanish dancer's gill folds.
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George Roff May 17
Convergent evolution in action: this species of deep sea pelagic (Phylliroe sp.) looks like a fish, swims like a fish, hunts like a fish ()
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Alison Young May 24
Shag rug (Aeolidia loui) nomming on its favorite food, an aggregating (Anthopleura elegentissima).
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Dive Spot Asia 20h
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georgina May 18
and some action (well okay plus bubble snails)
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ness smith May 24
And thank you for all the awesome diving; including the chance to meet Thecacera darwini in person! Will miss you all muchly, but I will be back for ANY expedition if you'll have me! As long as makes the cakes :)
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Eco Koh Tao May 24
Colour is a way of marine life to let potential know that they are poisonous to eat or just generally not very tasty. This pretty little sea slug is called a Cheesecake Nudibranch
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ilovenudis May 21
Dendronotus iris🤩🧡📸.ritenour 📍Whytecliff, British Columbia This species was described from Santa Barbara, California. It can be found along the west coast of North America from Unalaska Island, Alaska to Cabo San Lucas, Baja California. | |
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ilovenudis May 21
Goniobranchus hintuanensis 📸@mark_genuino 📍Anilao, Philippines - It has been reported from the Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Thailand, Burma and Sri Lanka | |
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Nature's Eyes May 22
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Keishu Asada May 17
Tried to do some moody lighting for this nudibranch.
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ilovenudis May 21
Mexichromis katalexis 📸@duba_skivers 📍Okinawa, Japan - It is known from Japan & China Tag us in your - we love to see Nudis from around the world! 🌏 For daily pics 👉🏼 follow on Instagram! | |
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Hannah Parry-Wilson May 17
Warning - cuteness!! 😍 Found this little gem under a rock at low tide in Skerray today next to a little swirl of eggs (look at his bright green spots!) - it was under a centimetre in length. Can anyone suggest the species?
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