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Mediterranian sea, depht 35 meter
What is the english name? In german we call it violette flabellina
The ringed rhinophores, purple pigment on the surface of the cerata (especially near the tip) and the stalked ceratal clusters differentiate Flabellina affinis from Flabellina pedata. Regarding "common" names, very few names have genuine common names so get used to the latin names. There's a very good post about this subject at the Sea Slug Forum: http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/common
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Thank you MrJohn!
That is beautiful.
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I´m not sure with the ID, maybe someone can help
@ Noe and Pilii think thats true, after uploading i saw it also. I will change it
Very cool! But I think you have photographed two different species of nudibranchs
Another interesting spotting!Welcome to Project Noah, Palaimon!
Spotted on Oct 15, 2011 Submitted on Oct 15, 2011
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