June 27, 2001
From: Paul Young
When I got my first camera I was taking pictures of Metridium anemones, and when we got one developed there was a nudibranch apparently eating the tentacles.
Unfortunately this isn't a great shot as it is a blow-up of a small part of the photo. The animal is less than a half-cm long. And I haven't seen one since.
firstname.lastname@example.orgYoung, P., 2001 (Jun 27) Tiny New England Nudibranch. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/4625
I am afraid I can't see enough to confirm it is a nudibranch. I am only posting your photo because it is possible someone who has studied life histories, will recognise it as a juvenile.
Re: Nudibranch? from North Carolina Coast.
From: Judy, August 15, 2005
Doto species from Eastport, Maine, USA
From: Alan Shepard, September 8, 2003
Orange Seaslug from Quebec
From: J-F Desroches, March 11, 2002
Nudibranch? from North Carolina Coast.
From: Andrea, September 3, 2001
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From: Anne DuPont, July 6, 2000