Swollen Phyllidia Photo in 2019-08-26 by Paolo Cudicini


Swollen Phyllidia Photo in 2019-08-26 by Paolo Cudicini

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  • Title: Swollen Phyllidia

  • Photographer: Paolo Cudicini

  • Taken on: 2019-08-26 06:07:12

  • Uploaded on: 2012-12-24 08:21:45

  • Views: 1202

  • Camera: No camera associated

  • License: © All rights reserved

  • Marine Animal: Phyllidia varicosa, Lamarck, 1801 

  • Diving Site: No diving site associated

  • Business: No business associated

  • Photo description: Phyllidia varicosa Size: to 11 cm Dorid Nudibranchs - Phyllidiidae Longitudinal ridges of bue tubercles with yellow tops, black between ridges; yellow rhinophores. One of the most common members of the familyin the Indo-Pacific.

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