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MattNimbs wrote:
13 May 2017
Could be a very dead Euselenops luniceps - see http://www.nudibranch.org/Philippine%20Sea%20Slugs/html/nudibranchs/euselenops-luniceps-01.html

Unidentified
libbyhSignificant Sighting - libbyh has made a recognised, significant sighting!Bulk Reporter - libbyh has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
3 May 2017
Oops! I see now it's its underside, sorry

Sea slug / Sea hare / Nudibranch Umbraculum umbraculum (Atlantic Umbrella Slug)
libbyhSignificant Sighting - libbyh has made a recognised, significant sighting!Bulk Reporter - libbyh has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
3 May 2017
fantastic photo Max - the third image is something else though

Sea slug / Sea hare / Nudibranch Umbraculum umbraculum (Atlantic Umbrella Slug)
libbyhSignificant Sighting - libbyh has made a recognised, significant sighting!Bulk Reporter - libbyh has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
27 Apr 2017
Alan Scrymgeour suggests this might be a Chromodoris - Noumea closeorum which he found in R.Kuiter Nudibranchs of the World P 205. This was recor...

Unidentified
MattNimbs wrote:
24 Apr 2017
This specimen has a reduced 'floral' pattern but C. sandrana nevertheless

Sea slug / Sea hare / Nudibranch Chelidonura sandrana
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