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A Chromodorididae Nudibranch (Chromodoris splendida) moves across a rocky coral reef head in the cold water on a dive site in the Jervis Bay Marine Park in New South Wales, Australia.
This is one of the many red-spotted species of nudibranchs in the area. This pattern is suspected to be a defensive tactic which indicates to predators that the species tastes bad.

· Date: Wed September 28, 2005 · Reference ID: /22005-08-21-11-53-11 · Views: 4213 ·
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