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Giant Hypselodoris

Hypselodoris apolegma

Description:

Chromodorididae Family - Nudibranch/Sea Slug

Habitat:

Coral reef

Notes:

Tioman Island, Pahang Malaysia..... Reference - page 194 of Nudibranchs Encyclopedia by Neville Coleman

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20 Comments

ceejayalyssa
ceejayalyssa 5 years ago

good job! amazing find

LindaGuastamachio
LindaGuastamachio 6 years ago

I LOVE the colors and it's an amazing photo! Congrats!

Liam
Liam 6 years ago

Amazing!!

Daniel-CR
Daniel-CR 6 years ago

awesome !!

RedPanda
RedPanda 6 years ago

it's beautiful!

Ismael Chaves
Ismael Chaves 6 years ago

Wow! fantastic

Atul
Atul 6 years ago

fantastic spotting and congrats

ARtPeNnography
ARtPeNnography 6 years ago

thank you all for the compliments....I just love nudibranchs and flatworms

Pulkit.Singal
Pulkit.Singal 6 years ago

Beautiful spotting !!

The MnMs
The MnMs 6 years ago

Very nice, congratulations!

KristalWatrous
KristalWatrous 6 years ago

Gorgeous!

BrenoSouza
BrenoSouza 6 years ago

Amazing picture... Congratulations!!!

textless
textless 6 years ago

Beautiful photos, and an amazing animal. Well done!

peter
peter 6 years ago

Spotting of the Day!

"The colorful Giant Hypselodoris nudibranch is hermaphroditic and thus has a set of reproductive organs for both sexes."

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Incredable animal

ARtPeNnography
ARtPeNnography 7 years ago

No your not dumb.... :-) ....how do I explain?? hmm....please visit here http://www.nevillecoleman.com.au/underwa...

alicelongmartin
alicelongmartin 7 years ago

I am sorry that I am so dumb, but is this just a picture of an organism or is there more going on?

Malaysia

Lat: 2.79, Long: 104.17

Spotted on Jul 23, 2011
Submitted on Aug 23, 2011

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