Baba & Abe, 1964
Photographed by: Jeffrey de Guzman
A very small juvenile individual.
Interesting tubercle on the front of the rhinophore stalks.
Nice to see this from the western Indian Ocean; I also have photographs from the Red Sea, dated Feb 2010.
Judging by the size of the rhinophores, this individual has cast off most of its cerata at one time and they are all regenerating.
This is an atypically pale coloured individual
These 3 individuals are gathered on a nudibranch spawn coil (the shiny pieces are the tiny shells of the larvae inside their egg capsules), which they are devouring.
- Anilao (25) Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Sep, Nov, Dec
- Dauin (5) Jan, Feb, Mar
- Puerto Galera (1) Feb
- Bali (21) Jan, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
- Lembeh (8) Feb, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
- Sumbawa (2) Sep
- Flores (2) Sep
- Raja Ampat (1) May
- North Sulawesi (1) Aug
- Sangeang Island (1) Sep
- Komodo (1) Jun
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