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Toxic nudibranchs—soft, seagoing slugs—produce a brilliant defense. Photography by David Doubilet Bornella anguilla flees danger by folding in its appendages and swimming like an eel. Size: in cm)

Nudibranchs are a special piece of underwater artwork. They come in myriad shapes, colors and sizes.

Somehow this photo seems like the nudi was caught from behind and is not very happy about it.Nudibranchs are a special piece of underwater artwork. They come in myriad shapes, colors and sizes.

The Ordelheide Odyssey: April 2010 a Chromodoris fidelis which only grows to between 20-25 mm in length

The Ordelheide Odyssey: April 2010 a Chromodoris fidelis which only grows to between mm in length

limace colorée

Limaces de mer fluos

limace colorée

Nudibranch

The Sea Slug Forum - Costasiella?

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Nudibranch sea slug in a tidepool by Minette Layne

Phidiana militaris

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Consider how much more beautiful and elegant mating slugs are - compared to two naked apes grunting and thrusting.

*Polycera faeroensis sea slug

*Polycera faeroensis sea slug

Antonietta Janthina   ;)

Antonietta janthina Baba & Hamatani, 1977 date place :Enoura, Sagami Bay, Japan size approx mm depth m temperature C

New Week Nudibranch: Hypseldoris kanga | Featured Creature

New Week Nudibranch: Hypseldoris kanga

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Blue and orange nudibranch

アオミノウミウシとギンカクラゲ

Blue Sea Slug (Glaucus atlanticus) and Blue Bottle Jellyfish (Porpita Porpita pacifica)

Nudibranch- a 'sea snail' creature. It comes in an incredible array of colors/shapes. I think Its one of the prettiest creatures God created!

I love how everything is so brightly colored

Flabellina exoptata:                           Photograph by David Doubilet

Flabellina exoptata Size: in cm) Stunning photography of toxic nudibranchs — soft, seagoing slugs — by David Doubilet