Photographed by: Moti Uttam
This is subflava as I see it; note the genital papilla just behind the 'neck' much closer to the rhinophore than the gills.
This is an aberrant or deformed individual with the mantle represented only as a little ‘umbrella’ over the top of the head.
This gymnodorid nudibranch is characterised by the bright lemon yellow body with only the faintest of speckling, and by a distinct mantle brim. This photo shows the anal opening is situated midway between the rhinophores and the gills.
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Pictures of Gymnodoris subflava
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