A speciman of the Chromodorididae Nudibranch Glossodoris sedna moving across the coral reef on the base of the Conch Wall off the coast of Key Largo in Florida, USA.
This species is an introduced species, likely coming across the ocean in ships ballast. They have adapted well to Florida and there is at least three well known populations over a 100 mile area.
Locally this species is known as the Red-tipped Sea Goddess
· Date: Sun August 12, 2007 · Reference ID: /22007-05-14_03-53-54 · Views: 15278 ·