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Moara Red beard sponge
Red beard sponge commented on by Moara Eastville, Virginia, USA11 years ago

Neither ;) It's a sponge.

Moara Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Moara Victoria, British Columbia, Canada12 years ago

The anemone's are Metridium senile

Moara Flabellina exoptata
Flabellina exoptata commented on by Moara KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa12 years ago

About 1cm long.

Moara Red-netted Chromodoris
Red-netted Chromodoris commented on by Moara Lat: 21.45 Lon: -158.2012 years ago

I'm pretty sure that this is Chromodoris tinctoria, although it's close enough to the (thought to be extinct) Chromodoris petechialis that it would be a good idea to send your photo to a Nudibranch expert.

Could be an exciting find!

Moara Ornate Elysia
Ornate Elysia commented on by Moara Lat: 6.93 Lon: 125.6812 years ago

What a beautiful specimen. Very highly coloured :)

Moara Pygmy Seahorse
Pygmy Seahorse commented on by Moara Lat: 9.00 Lon: 124.8612 years ago

Awww, they're so sweet.

Moara Blue Crowned Pigeon
Blue Crowned Pigeon commented on by Moara Miami, Florida, USA12 years ago

Who knew pidgeons could be so pretty.

Moara Nudibranch
Nudibranch commented on by Moara Negros Oriental, Philippines12 years ago

Possibly Jorunna funebris, although the black spines are usually concentrated into spots in that species. These Jorunna feed on blue sponge.

Moara Saddle-billed Stork
Saddle-billed Stork commented on by Moara North-West, Botswana12 years ago

I know! It's definitely my favourite :)

Moara Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Moara KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa12 years ago

There are 3 species of Bullia in South Africa. They all use their foot like a sail to surf up and down the beach with the tide.

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