Favorinus mirabilis

Baba, 1955

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Favorinus mirabilis from Watamu, Kenya
Identification verified by Richard Willan
 

Identification is verified by Richard Willan, Nudi Pixel expert

Comment from Richard Willan: Note the white speckles on the body, rhinophores and cerata and, most characteristically, the intense dark purple spot immediately below the apex of each ceras. This individual has extremely small purple spots, but they are present nonetheless.
 

Location:Watamu, Kenya
Photographer:Angelo de Faveri
Camera:Olympus EVOLT E-410View EXIF properties
Taken on:February 8, 2010
Viewed:939 times
Posted:7 years ago
Updated:7 years ago

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Scientific Classification

Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Mollusca
Class:Gastropoda
Subclass:Opisthobranchia
Order:Nudibranchia
Suborder:Aeolidina
Family:Facelinidae
Species:Favorinus mirabilis