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IkeDimacali Twinspot lionfish
Twinspot lionfish commented on by IkeDimacali Batangas, Philippines8 years ago

Thanks for the ID AdamBT!

IkeDimacali Nudi
Nudi commented on by IkeDimacali Batangas, Philippines8 years ago

Alriiiight :D

IkeDimacali Nudi
Nudi commented on by IkeDimacali Batangas, Philippines8 years ago

Hey Blogie! Thanks for the IDs! I almost always see Anna's seaslug and other Chromodoris (willani, magnifica, dianae), and the chamberlaini. I have to do muck specific sites more often so I can increase my spotted species

IkeDimacali Hopper
Hopper commented on by IkeDimacali Philippines8 years ago

Thanks Adarsha B S!

now only if they don't disappear too fast so I can take a shot from the side...

IkeDimacali Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by IkeDimacali Batangas, Philippines8 years ago

I'll keep that in mind next time. Unfortunately this is the only in focus shot that I have for this particular one :|

IkeDimacali leopard nudi
leopard nudi commented on by IkeDimacali Batangas, Philippines8 years ago

Thanks for the head's up Blogie! :) The C. leopardus is also the one with the wide mantle that usually does a marilyn monroe thing, right? Do you have any idea why they follow each other like that?:)

IkeDimacali Chromodoris
Chromodoris commented on by IkeDimacali Batangas, Philippines8 years ago

Thanks Gerardo!

Blogie, I was wondering why this nudi looked a bit off... It's the gills pala..

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