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Description:

Small Nudibranch, +/- 20mm

Habitat:

Sandy bottom, 10 meters deep, lots of dirt.

5 Comments

StacyTaylor
StacyTaylor 7 years ago

Very pretty. :)

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Machi
Machi 7 years ago

I'm fairly certain this isn't a Janolus species, but you could also look at http://www.seaslugforum.net/ for a list of species

ChrisHartland
ChrisHartland 7 years ago

I was thinking at Janolus sp, but this Mexichromis multituberculata could be it.

Machi
Machi 7 years ago

Please confirm with other sources, but from what I could find, the large tubercles is what differentiates these from other similar looking nudibranchs. http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/14452

ChrisHartland
Spotted by
ChrisHartland

Bali, Indonesia

Spotted on Jun 3, 2015
Submitted on Jun 20, 2015

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