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The mostly found nudibranches around here are phyllidiaes and chromodoris, but we see many other species, of all shapes and colors, sometimes hard to identify. And how many more we just don't see, we, I mean divers like me, looking around in the blue more than close on the ground, more wide-angle than macro. But many divers are fascinated by sea slugs and worms : one barracuda and I once watch for over five minutes before he noticed us, a diver lost in the contemplation of a motionless flat worm. We could have been blue whales.
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Nudibranch and coral - 02/12/19
Nudibranch and coral
A Hamilton chromodoris, as simple as that - 27/12/15
A Hamilton chromodoris, as simple as that
Lumpy Asteronotus - 05/12/15
Lumpy Asteronotus
Beautiful spanish dancer - 05/12/15
Beautiful spanish dancer
Flat worm or nudibranch, still life - 07/09/15
- Video - Flat worm or nudibranch, still life
Indian flat worm - 07/10/15
Indian flat worm
Whitespotted chromodoris nudibranch - 07/10/15
Whitespotted chromodoris nudibranch
Flat worm on sea cucumber - 15/08/15
Flat worm on sea cucumber
Sir John nembrotha in pajamas - 27/04/14
Sir John nembrotha in pajamas
Ovula ovum nudibranch - 25/04/14
Ovula ovum nudibranch
Ovula ovum phyllidiopsis - 25/04/14
Ovula ovum phyllidiopsis
Cathedral notodoris minor - 23/04/14
Cathedral notodoris minor
Astéronotus - 09/12/12
Astéronotus
Notodoris minor - 23/09/12
Notodoris minor
Symmetrical glossodoris - 18/11/11
Symmetrical glossodoris
Hypselodoris maculosa - 17/06/11
Hypselodoris maculosa
Three colored phyllidia, very common - 06/01/11
Three colored phyllidia, very common
Phyllidiella meandrina, the most common nudibranch around - 04/01/11
Phyllidiella meandrina, the most common nudibranch around
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