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Verity Baulch Dec 25
Happy holidays! Mum crocheted me a
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Tiia Haapalainen Apr 3
I don't know who made these but I NEED.
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Dr. Rebecca Tarvin Apr 22
Why is there no emoji
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Justin McNab Jan 30
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Amelia Ritger Jun 10
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Kate Vylet Feb 14
A love bite! The rainbow (Dendronotus iris) feeds on tube-dwelling anemones (Pachycerianthus fimbriatus) with a sneak attack! The is only interested in a mouthful of tentacles, but the anemone sure doesn't appreciate being spaghetti dinner.
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Keishu Asada Jun 5
This amazing swimming nudibranch
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Sarah Dietrick Mar 18
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Dr. Allison Gong Jan 7
Hey, look at those gorgeous butt gills . . . I mean, branchial plume! I collected this Diaulula sandiegensis from the last week, and now it's on exhibit at the in !
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eHawk Jun 11
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PADI Jul 8
Who else is a huge fan? If so, comment a 👌 below! 📹: IG user josediveoki in Okinawa, Japan
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Yara Tibirica Dec 16
Beautiful nudibranch art in Cape Town
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Chase That Rainbow Jun 22
Published two galleries on nudibranchs today. Such amazing creatures!
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Dr. Rebecca Tarvin Mar 14
Here's more of Uno the :) Species is Hermissenda opalescent, found on the CA coast
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🦑🐋 Dave Berndtson 🐋🦑 Jul 3
Ever seen a lion nudibranch (aka hooded nudibranchs or lion’s mane nudibranchs) before? They are predatory, swimming nudis and they’re totally bizarre!
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Coral Morphologic Jun 11
Phestilla melanobranchia from Tangerine Reef - Watch the film here:
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Katie Cook Jun 13
Find of the week! Super cool (Aeolidia papillosa) found by one of the students whilst data collecting for their research projects.
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Emma Kennedy Apr 19
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Poseidon Dive Center 4h
Pteraeolidia semperi. This is awesome and could survive on only eating once in its entire life. It feeds on hydroids which contain Symbiodinium, microscopic dinoflagellates that are photosynthetic. The…
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Well-read Naturalist Jul 18
Who’s up for a little Thursday afternoon “nud”-ity? 😎 This little Glaucus atlanticus is one of the five species contained in the set - of which I now only have two sets left to sell. Let me know if you’re interested.
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