A confused stile, and a disturbed method, is fittest to discourse of our miserie.
Here we have Kentodoris rubescens. Freed from the necessity of earning their livings, they have an abundance of leisure in which to cultivate the "small sweet courtesies of life."
Phila, you mean they're having sex, don't you.
Okay, those look like delectable little sugar confections.Delicious!!
The eyes look like cherries. My first thought was they look like old-fashioned headlights.
On the other hand, maybe they're not even eyes.
I've made a screen saver from several of your nudibranch pix, with a couple of nebula shots from 4Legsgood. Nudibranch and nebula fit well together, both have enchanting color combinations.Thank you for beautiful critters I'd never heard of before. The internets are fun to play with.
fabulous! they have their cloaca-gill-tube-hole thingies standing at attention!woohoo!
hey, they are holding hands!GrrlScientistby the way, where did my care package go?? i am so bummed! i want it! i'll even pay postage myself!(share the love, phila)
Hedwig,We must be having e-mail troubles! I've been trying to get a hold of you...I'll try again now...
who woulda thunk it -- hot fudge sundaes at the bottom of the ocean!
They resemble adorable little bumper cars!
These are as interesting as any exotic beastie from the Cambrian Explosion with the added bonus of all the colors of a Dairy Queen banana split.
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