September 24, 2007
From: Mark Lloyd
I thought everyone would appreciate this shot were you can clearly see the animal eating.
Locality: Hussar Point, Vancouver Island, 15m, BC, Canada, 26 August 2007, Ledge on wall. Length: 20mm. Photographer: Mark Lloyd.
firstname.lastname@example.orgLloyd, M., 2007 (Sep 24) Dendronotus albus from Vancouver Island. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/20738
This is truly a gorgeous shot. You can see a lot more that just the mouth grasping the thecate hydroid. Note also the genital apertures, with erected male organ, the digestive gland ramifying thoughtout the body and the exquisite detail of the "cerata." Fantastic.
Thanks for sharing,
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