A confused stile, and a disturbed method, is fittest to discourse of our miserie.
I may not know which nudibranch this is, but I know what I like!
WOW! That's gorgeous!GrrlScientist
It looks like a Fuschia flower turned inside out and blown up. It's a winner with me!
Yow, pink and protruding indeed!Finally got back to read the answer to the question I asked last week. (The one from Cervantes too, which I had meant to ask but forgot. )Thankee kindly. Sea slugs, eh? And being small and finicky about one's food saves one from commercial exploitation....there's a lesson to be learned from this somewhere, hmm. :)
It's... it's like the Sydney Opera House on acid! So festive!
It looks like art!
Ahhh, excellent!!A most festive and colorful specimen.Merry christmas, BTW. Or happy monstermas or something.
This is the first time I've been to your blog, but it is now bookmarked. I had to bookmark any blog with nudibranch pictures! Very nice.
I met one of those things once. It was very kind and twice as beautiful in person. It's name was Larry.
Didn't A Flock of Seagulls used to wear that on their heads?
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