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Funeral Jorunna

Jorunna funebris


It is a dorid nudibranch that can grow to 5 cm. The one found on the spotting contrasts with another tiny nudibranch situated on its left side, a Flabellina sp. which in this case may not be larger than 1-2 cm long. J. funebris is white with black circular markings, rhinophores and gill branches. It has a fuzzy appearance of black spots due to dense covering of thin erect papillae.


Mel's Rock in Lankayan, Sabah.

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Spotted on Oct 2, 2015
Submitted on Jun 18, 2016

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