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Identification is verified by Richard Willan, Nudi Pixel expert
Comment from Richard Willan: An undescribed species. I use this family and genus because the cerata are arranged in transverse rows and the front border of the foot is not extended into propodial tentacles. I do not recognise the species, but evidently it is one that can autotomise (= cast off) its cerata easily – this has happened to the individual with the transparent white back. It has autotomised all its cerata except for a just two at the outermost edge of one row perhaps when it was being handled for the photo.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 350D › View EXIF properties|
|Taken on:||January 4, 2008|
|Posted:||8 years ago|
|Updated:||8 years ago|
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