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Anna's Magnificent Slug

Chromodoris annae


Also known as Anna Sea Slug, this nudibranch feeds on hydroids, coral, sponges and sea anemones. (Not to be confused with these similar species: Chromodoris elisabethina or, less likely, Chromodoris strigata.)


Found singly or in pairs on coral and rocky reefs, in sand and rubble areas. Widespread in the Indo-Pacific region.

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Blogie 9 years ago

Thanks, VivBraznell!

VivBraznell 9 years ago

Wow! What a beautiful set of photos. The colours are amazing : )

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Davao Del Norte, Philippines

Spotted on Oct 22, 2011
Submitted on Nov 22, 2011

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