Nudibranch ID

Fish & Invertebrate sightings and descriptions, hosted by resident NWDC ID expert Janna Nichols (nwscubamom).
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ScubaJess
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Re: Nudibranch ID

Postby ScubaJess » Mon Jul 25, 2016 4:52 pm

cute! :)
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Re: Nudibranch ID

Postby Scubie Doo » Mon Jul 25, 2016 4:40 pm

Great find. You are correct a aegires albopunctatus commonly know as a salt and pepper nudibranch.

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Nudibranch ID

Postby Magoi » Mon Jul 25, 2016 4:29 pm

We saw a new (for us) nudi yesterday at Cove 2. I think it is a White-Spotted Dorid (aegires albopuntatus). Can anyone confirm? It was about an inch long. Could not get its head, as it was bent around and I could not get it in view. You can see some white spots around its head.
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