Aplysia sp. (Aplysia sp.)

Also known as Nudibranchs, Sea Hares, Aplesid Slug


Also known as Nudibranchs, Sea Hares and Aplesid Slug.

Found singly or in pairs in sheltered bays and lagoon amongst grass, sand, mud and rubble often buried in the substrate for protection.
When predators come to close they will discharge a purple fluid to warn them off.
Length - ?cm
Depth - ?m
Widespread Indo-Pacific

Opisthobranchia - Nudibranchs - Sea Slugs meaning "naked gills" are molluscs without a hard shell.


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