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Photographer: Paul Osmond  (see this users gallery)

An unusually shaped specimen of the chromodorididae nudibranch Chromodoris tinctoria moves across an encrusted coral reef in the Banda Sea in Indonesia.
There have been numerous scientific names for this species, however this is considered the earliest and 'correct' name. There is a variety of similar patterned and colored nudibranchs that are considered part of this species.

· Date: Fri December 11, 2009 · Reference ID: /220070928_075025390 · Views: 4418 ·
Keywords: Chromodoris reticulata nudi sea slug dorid doridae rare unusual spot spotted red mutant mutate


Suger Glider - Petaurus Breviceps
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