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Archidoris pseudoargus var. flammea
Thanks for ID!These nudibranchs is very common in this area.
Took a bit of sleuthing, because the picture's a bit small, and it's not the regular colour variant, but I think I got the ID. This species doesn't, but apparently some of its relatives actually smell like lemon!
The spotting is wrong!I apologize for not responding and fix it now :S
Is the site for the spotting wrong? because you place it inland not at the coast but this seems like a picture in the sea..unless made in an aquarium? If I know where did you spot it it may help to find an ID
Looks like a nudibranch because it has the branchs like a typical feather duster on its back and also the two little horns on the head at the top. Post it in the nudis mission. I will see if I find an ID. Very pretty by the way :-)
Spotted on Mar 25, 2011 Submitted on Nov 25, 2011