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2007-01-05_12-04-37

Photographer: Paul Osmond  (see this users gallery)

A polyceridae nudibranch Nembrotha cristata moves across the base of the sea mound at the famous Steve's Bommie dive site in the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia.
This species is often mistaken for Nembrotha kubaryana, but can be identified by having only black and green coloration and the green ring around the black rhinophores. Like most Nembrotha species, these marine sea slugs are voracious predators.

· Date: Sat April 21, 2007 · Reference ID: 631/22007-01-05_12-04-37 · Views: 2867 ·
Keywords: doridina Polyceridae Nembrothinae sea slug gbr qld pacific variation marone black spot green spots hunt hunter two slugs

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