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Many unusual Nudibranchs these days

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In this exceptionally good winter season in Lembeh Strait there are not only a lot of critters around, but also a lot of unusual ones. For example Nudibranchs: besides the – more commonly seen – Chromodoris, Hypselodoris, Glossodoris, Flabellinas and so on, we are also seeing many other, more uncommon, nudibranchs. Specially in habitats like Ascidians, Hydroids and Soft Corals we are finding a lot of very attractive Nudibranchs and Slugs. I specially like the crypticly shaped ones with lots of filaments – the ones where you have to look twice to figure out, what it is. The above gallery shows a small selection of the last days …

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