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Chromodorididae Nudibranchs (Chromodoris thompsoni) at the 'Perpendicular Point' dive site in Jervis Bay Marine Park in New South Wales, Australia.
This red spotted species is one of many found in the area, and this species in particular is believed to be endemic to the area. It is distinguishable from the similar looking Chromodoris woodwardae by the blue patches, the off-center red spots and the thicker white mantle band.

· Date: Thu October 6, 2005 · Reference ID: all/22005-08-22-13-01-10 · Views: 12737 ·
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God Rays on the Rainbow River bed
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