Tag: Nudibranchs, Sea Slugs and Flatworms

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Grey Bonnet Snail (Phalium Glaucum)

The individual in this photograph was one of two relatively large Grey Bonnet Snails (Phalium Glaucum) found on the open sand area approximately 100 - 200m from Chaloklum pier.

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Black Nudibranch (Dendrodoris Nigra)

A Black Nudibranch (Dendrodoris Nigra) photographed beneath Chaloklum pier.

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Black Nudibranch (Dendrodoris Nigra)

A Black Nudibranch (Dendrodoris Nigra) photographed beneath Chaloklum pier.

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Rough Atagema Nudibranch (Atagema Intecta)

A Rough Atagema Nudibranch (Atagema Intecta) found below Chaloklum pier.

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Hairy Sea Hare (Bursatella Leachii)

A colourful Hairy Sea Hare (Bursatella Leachii) photographed in very shallow water beneath Chaloklum pier.

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Pearl Conch (Strombus Canarium)

This Pearl Conch (Strombus Canarium) was found on the outer slope at Mae Haad/Koh Ma.

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Dendrodoris Denisonii Nudibranch (Dendrodoris denisonii)

This fantastic little Dendrodoris Denisonii Nudibranch (Dendrodoris denisonii) was found beneath Chaloklum pier.

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Hypselodoris Kanga Nudibranch

During an long, interesting dive below Chaloklum pier, my dive buddy Marcel Waldis found this very small and colourful Nudibranch on one of the vertical pillars.

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White Jorunna Nudibranch (Jorunna Funebris)

A White Jorunna Nudibranch (Jorunna Funebris) laying its thousands of tiny eggs in a gelatinous spiral known as an "egg ribbon" at Shark Island.

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Phidiana Indica Nudibranch

A beautiful little Phidiana Indica Nudibranch at Sail Rock, Koh Phangan.