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New Week Nudi: Janolus barbarensis | The Featured Creature: Showcasing Unique and Unusual Wildlife

New Week Nudi: Janolus barbarensis | The Featured Creature: Showcasing Unique and Unusual Wildlife

Phyllodesmium poindimiei is a species of sea slug, an aolid nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Facelinidae

Phyllodesmium poindimiei is a species of sea slug, an aolid nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Facelinidae

30 Pictures of Sea Animals with their Amazing Color Effect - Tail and Fur

30 Pictures of Sea Animals with their Amazing Color Effect

~Frosted Nudibranch. Frosted Nudibranch - Dirona albolineata        The Frosted Nudibranch is a common organisms found in the marine waters of coastal British Columbia.  http://www.balanced.ca/hd/nudibranch.html

Beautiful Nudibranchs: Colorful Sea Slugs

~Frosted Nudibranch. Frosted Nudibranch - Dirona albolineata The Frosted Nudibranch is a common organisms found in the marine waters of coastal British Columbia. http://www.balanced.ca/hd/nudibranch.html

http://www.flowcheck.es  Taller de equipos de buceo #buceo #scuba #dive

http://www.flowcheck.es Taller de equipos de buceo #buceo #scuba #dive

one of my favorite creatures - the nudibranch.  Essentially a shell-less snail, so they're salt water 'slugs' but in the most flamboyant color combos and shapes imaginable.  If Lacroix had a say in  biology he would have certainly done this group.

one of my favorite creatures - the nudibranch. Essentially a shell-less snail, so they're salt water 'slugs' but in the most flamboyant color combos and shapes imaginable. If Lacroix had a say in biology he would have certainly done this group.

You can recognize Hypseldoris kanga from its beautiful markings and triangular gills on the back of its body. The creature is light blue with darker blue and yellow spots painted all over it. The gills and rhinophores appear red.    It only reaches 70 mm, but the creature sure is gorgeous! Habitat: Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia Image credit: doug.deep

You can recognize Hypseldoris kanga from its beautiful markings and triangular gills on the back of its body. The creature is light blue with darker blue and yellow spots painted all over it. The gills and rhinophores appear red. It only reaches 70 mm, but the creature sure is gorgeous! Habitat: Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia Image credit: doug.deep

alabaster nudibranch  source it looks like a fairy sprite

alabaster nudibranch source it looks like a fairy sprite

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