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Caracol Porcelana del Pacífico (Macrocypraea cervinetta)

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ismael_orozco

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Mayo 3, 2024 a las 04:01 TARDE MST

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Calerita (Google, OSM)

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kawaiiseaotter

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Julio 6, 2024 a las 05:07 MAÑANA PDT

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Taringa (Taringa aivica)

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mari_co

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Julio 7, 2024 a las 06:24 MAÑANA PDT

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Taringa (Taringa aivica)

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ericklug

Fecha

Julio 7, 2024 a las 06:24 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Found by @Mari_co. A couple feet away from Monterey Dorid.

Other Animals

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Animales (Reino Animalia)

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rociobunker

Fecha

Julio 5, 2024 a las 08:20 MAÑANA PDT

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Elbow Crab

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Nudibranquio Conejo (Crimora coneja)

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sarahal1010

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Junio 2024

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Nudibranquio Conejo (Crimora coneja)

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robertodesu

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Mayo 11, 2024 a las 07:50 MAÑANA PDT

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charlotteseid

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Mayo 12, 2024 a las 08:21 MAÑANA PDT

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luanroberts

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Mayo 2024

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jeffgoddard

Fecha

Mayo 28, 2021 a las 11:18 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Shown as found, on hydroid Abietinaria underneath a rock ledge at low tide.

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Poróstoma de Dave Behrens (Doriopsilla davebehrensi)

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hunterefs

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Marzo 13, 2024 a las 01:53 TARDE PDT

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Nudibranquio Conejo (Crimora coneja)

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kylawhite

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Abril 2024

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Nudibranquio de Agassiz (Felimare agassizii)

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hugocangrejo

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Abril 24, 2024 a las 06:19 TARDE MST

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jeffgoddard

Fecha

Diciembre 27, 2017 a las 11:26 MAÑANA PST

Descripción

We found a dozen of these, up to 75 mm long, and with their egg ribbons, under intertidal cobbles in the outlet of the shallow lagoon backing Playa Pichilingue. The 6th image is of the site, taken in Feb 2020, when I returned and searched for but did not find any C. bramale.

These specimens represent the first record of this Panamic species from the the Sea of Cortez and the Baja California peninsula. It was not recorded by Orso Angulo-Campillo during his four year survey of opisthobranchs from Baja California Sur, including the La Paz area (Vita Malacologia 3: 43-50, 2005).

We documented the occurrence of C. bramale here in Goddard et al. (2018, Proceed. Calif. Acad. Sci. 65: 107-131, p. 112).

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Dórido Cruz Roja (Felimida sphoni)

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jeffgoddard

Fecha

Diciembre 27, 2017 a las 09:43 MAÑANA PST

Descripción

About 20 mm long, found under a low intertidal cobble.

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u_phantasticus

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Mayo 2023

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anudibranchmom

Fecha

Agosto 30, 2020 a las 09:04 MAÑANA PDT

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@jeffgoddard Is this a particularly lovely D. venustus or something else? Prominent white tips and proportionally stout rhinophores, no white line on foot. Dots were larger than normal for D. venustus and white, not yellow. About 15 mm Found by @seaslugin; here's her photo: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/58060058.

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bbesom

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Abril 23, 2023 a las 08:16 MAÑANA PDT

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jeffgoddard

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Junio 7, 2004 a las 09:40 MAÑANA PDT

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Undescribed species, 22 mm long. I spotted this specimen on its flat, coiled egg mass (also see 2nd image) on a pebble grabbed with gray mud from 186 m depth off Cape Alava, WA while on a cruise AR-04-04 of the NOAA Ship McArthur II in June 2004. The translucent dorsum was finely scabrous to the touch. The 4th image is an SEM, made by Sandra Millen (UBC), of some of its radular teeth. Sandra confirmed this as an undescribed species and last I heard had been well along in describing it. The first three images were scanned from prints I took shipboard using 35 mm film. The specimen, including two SEM mounts, was deposited by Sandra Millen in the California Academy of Sciences (CASIZ 176807).

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maianguyen

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Abril 13, 2024 a las 05:56 MAÑANA PDT

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Dendronotus de Arco Iris (Dendronotus iris)

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chilipossum

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Marzo 2024

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Tiniest I've ever seen, around 1mm, and the little spots are a new one for me

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imlichentoday

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Marzo 9, 2024 a las 09:10 MAÑANA PST

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Low tide

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Junio 5, 2023 a las 01:10 TARDE PDT

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Several adults observed feeding on Bubble snail eggs. Potential egg coil of this species, but not positive.

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nudibitch

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Abril 11, 2024

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with eggs

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lutea11

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Marzo 6, 2021 a las 08:29 MAÑANA PST

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Babosas Lechuga de Mar (Género Elysia)

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emwilson243

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Diciembre 4, 2021 a las 09:04 MAÑANA UTC

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I'm at a total loss on this one. Looks just like a stretched out Elysia, but in the Macrocystis canopy, no Codium around anywhere and doesn't look like E. hedgpethi to me.

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Rostanga Roja (Rostanga pulchra)

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jeffgoddard

Fecha

Abril 10, 2024 a las 07:32 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Three of eight found this morning. I haven't ever noticed R. pulchra with a pinkish hue before.

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samantha38

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Abril 30, 2022 a las 02:35 TARDE PDT

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3 mm long

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jeffgoddard

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Junio 5, 2000

Descripción

Only a few mm long; found on Codium fragile. Unlike Placida dendritica, this undescribed species has simple (not rolled) rhinophores. It appears to be the same species as specimens I found earlier in the same year on Codium fragile at Punta Rosarito, Baja California (http://www.seaslugforum.net/showall/stilsp1). Scanned from prints from 35 mm film.

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jeffhamann

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Marzo 15, 1982

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8 mm long.

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jeffgoddard

Fecha

Abril 28, 2021 a las 07:13 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Eubranchus sp. 2 of Behrens & Hermosillo (2005). Found by Ziggy and the first record of this species outside of La Jolla. Compare to: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2958115

In Behrens et al. (2022) this is Eubranchus sp. 1.

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jeffgoddard

Fecha

Junio 5, 2012

Descripción

6.8 mm long. Found in a shallow, low intertidal pool at South Casa Reef. CASIZ 189422.

This is Eubranchus sp. 2 of Behrens & Hermosillo (2005), which so far is only known from La Jolla, California and remains undescribed. Note: in April 2021 we found one at Tar Pits Reef in Carpinteria, Santa Barbara County: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/75602522

The white patch on the head, reddish hepatic region, white anal papilla, and rings of papillae on the cerata are distinctive.

The 3rd and 4th images show egg masses, containing early and late-stage embryos, respectively, laid by adult pictured here. The last image shows a newly hatched veliger larva, right lateral view, with a shell 210 microns long.

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nudibitch

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Abril 9, 2024

Descripción

E species 1 Behrens et al

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nudibitch

Fecha

Abril 9, 2024

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realizing now there may have been a 3rd right behind this one, didn’t notice it!!

@jeffgoddard @anudibranchmom

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nudibitch

Fecha

Abril 9, 2024

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species 1 Behrens et al

spotted by @tidepooltales

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Camarón Pistola Gritón (Alpheus clamator)

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nudibitch

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Abril 8, 2024

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??

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anudibranchmom

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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La Paz, BCS, Mexico
Found by @chilipossum

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anudibranchmom

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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La Paz, B.C.S., Mexico
Large slug (~35 mm) with branched rhinophores and prominent eyespots between them. Cerata covered in tubercles. Body and head have small opaque white spots.

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jeffgoddard

Fecha

Abril 8, 2016 a las 09:41 TARDE PDT

Descripción

Photographed by my colleague and fellow nudibranch aficionado Dr. Tara Prestholdt, Professor of Biology, University of Portland, who found this with her students on one of her popular, week-long field trips on the Oregon coast.

Tara kindly gave me permission to post this and the next photo, as this one is the northernmost existing record of C. spadix, and the next one shows that it can co-occur at the same site with its sister species.

Note: when Tara finds the time to start her own account on iNaturalist, and posts these same images, I will delete them from my account; for now we just wanted to make her pair of observations publicly accessible.

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hikingsandiego

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Abril 6, 2024 a las 02:51 TARDE PDT

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tidepooltales

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Marzo 20, 2024

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hermissenda

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Mayo 10, 2010

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kljinsitka

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Noviembre 14, 2020 a las 07:07 TARDE AKST

Descripción

short video clip
https://youtu.be/WsYRxHOnE8E

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Rictaxis Bandeado (Rictaxis punctocaelatus)

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nudibitch

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2024

Descripción

snorkeling, depth less than 5 ft

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tidepooltales

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Marzo 20, 2024

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rociobunker

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Marzo 16, 2024 a las 08:22 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Found diving in San Diego looks like arminia californica but has different colors

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dingbat2

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Septiembre 2, 2023 a las 08:59 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Moving this observation from my school account to my personal one

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jeffgoddard

Fecha

Mayo 8, 2008

Descripción

Holotype (CASIZ 182590), 33 mm long as shown here, on which Terry Gosliner based his 2010 description of this species (as Flabellina goddardi). I found it on a calm and bright overcast morning crawling in the open in a low intertidal pool at Tar Pits Reef. The 2nd image shows the egg mass, 14 mm in diameter, laid by this individual on 10 May 2008. The uncleaved zygotes averaged 65 microns in diameter, were packed one per capsule, and took 7 days at an average of 16 degrees C to develop into hatching planktotrophic veligers. The 3rd image shows, in right ventro-lateral view, one of the veligers just prior to hatching and with a shell 105 microns long.

Unlike most specimens of this species observed subtidally, individuals found intertidally vary in possession of white lines on the body and cephalic tentacles from completely absent (as in this specimen) to incomplete, to complete. With those white lines, subtidal specimens have occasionally been mistaken for Coryphella trilineata.

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dolphinonkeys

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Enero 20, 2024 a las 05:13 TARDE NZDT

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Three of them in tidepool :) very small

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chilipossum

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Febrero 2024

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anudibranchmom

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Febrero 2024

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La Paz, B.C.S., Mexico
Three of these, found together under a rock with sparse hydroids. Each only about 2-3 mm - quite small. At first, I thought they might be odd Tenellia albocrusta. (B.C.S. is the southern range limit of C. albocrusta according to Gary’s iNat guide: https://www.inaturalist.org/guide_taxa/933633#ref2)

But the thing that gave me pause was how extensive the opaque white speckles are - extensively down the oral tentacles (not seen in any other photo of C. albocrusta on iNat) and the entire length of the rhinophores. All three had the same markings.

In Camacho-Garcia, Gosliner and Valdes, “Guia del Campo de las Babosas Marinas del Pacifico Este Tropical,” 2005, p. 105, a tiny Cuthona Sp 6 looks like a possibility - the photo isn’t reproduced well, but there seems to be white on the oral tentacles (not mentioned in the text, so I may be seeing something incorrectly) and white spots on the rhinophores are mentioned. I haven’t seen more recent information on this Cuthona.

From TGosliner: "This looks like something entirely new to me! It certainly is not Tenellia albocrusta. The head shape and ceratal color are entirely different. Very cool!"

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passiflora4

Fecha

Febrero 11, 2024 a las 03:41 TARDE PST

Descripción

Found by Karen! Video showcasing big beating heart and what looks like a defensive cerata flare: https://flic.kr/p/2pB8Jt3. ~ 4-5mm.

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Atagema Blanca (Atagema alba)

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passiflora4

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Febrero 11, 2024 a las 06:05 TARDE PST

Descripción

1mm. Shown on gloved finger for scale.

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Nudibranquio Mancha de Tinta (Polycera alabe)

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anudibranchmom

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Febrero 2024

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La Paz, BCS, Mexico

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anudibranchmom

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Febrero 2024

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nudibitch

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Febrero 10, 2024

Descripción

protoconch present
whorls shouldered
axial ribs without spiral sculpture
axial ribs extend beyond periphery of last whorl (?) hard to tell

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nudibitch

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Enero 24, 2024

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barbarayo

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Diciembre 27, 2023 a las 03:11 TARDE PST

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nudibitch

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Enero 19, 2024 a las 11:46 MAÑANA PST

Descripción

the culprit of the mystery egg sacs!!??? it was in the sea grass burrowed next to several egg masses!!
@jeffgoddard @alanarama3

last photo is not the exact eggs it was next to, just one of many seen that day, but the same type of egg mass

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nudibitch

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Enero 19, 2024 a las 12:36 TARDE PST

Descripción

cruising on the sand next to fairy palm hydroids!!
who is this? super long vercose rhinophores, single broken line down the midline, frosted oral tentacles and rhinophores, speckled cerata. weird cooperi?
@anudibranchmom @jeffgoddard

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chilipossum

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Enero 11, 2024 a las 04:23 TARDE PST

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matteo_ricotti

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Septiembre 8, 2023 a las 03:16 TARDE CEST

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Italia (Google, OSM)

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nudibitch

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Enero 10, 2024 a las 01:40 TARDE PST

Descripción

missing a tentacle and a little roughed up

undescribed species, first intertidal observation im aware of!
https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/nudibitch/88226-mystery-flatworms-black-midline-black-tentacles

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walkabata

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Septiembre 23, 2023 a las 10:14 MAÑANA PDT

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danilately

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Noviembre 2023

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Oregon, US (Google, OSM)

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sluglust

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Abril 23, 2015

Descripción

??
ceratal core color seems too dark but rhinophore type matches...ANOTHER great Liz find

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Caracol de Coral Bonito (Simnia arcuata)

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charlotteseid

Fecha

Octubre 15, 2023 a las 08:06 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

On Leptogorgia chilensis

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catullus

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Diciembre 24, 2023 a las 04:24 TARDE PST

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kcram

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Julio 8, 2023 a las 08:40 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

depth ~20m

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lutea11

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Abril 25, 2018 a las 02:48 TARDE PDT

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arheyman01

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Enero 20, 2021 a las 02:23 TARDE PST

Descripción

Catriona? As with the first individual (observed on a different dock), found nestled deep within a mass of hydroids, the fronds of which were populated by a multitude of tiny Orienthella trilineata.

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kylawhite

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Junio 2023

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hakaiinstitute

Fecha

Junio 24, 2018

Descripción

Photo license and credit belong to the Florida Museum of Natural History (FLMNH), the Hakai Institute, and MarineGEO | http://specifyportal.flmnh.ufl.edu/iz/ | Field Number: BHAK-6472 | This observation is a part of the collaborative work between FLMNH, the Smithsonian Institution's Marine Global Earth Observatory (MarineGEO) and Tennenbaum Marine Observatories Network, the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, and the Hakai Institute

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jeffgoddard

Fecha

Junio 3, 2016 a las 10:30 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

5 mm long. This is the southern form, with the orange lines on the body, described by MacFarland (1905) as Ancula pacifica. Found in northern Oregon during the strong 2015-16 El Nino.

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anudibranchmom

Fecha

Febrero 2016

Descripción

from Santa Cruz County, California.

Here we go again! I sure appreciate everyone's help on these.

  • About 4 mm long
  • Found on Tubularia
  • Body: Translucent (you could see organs) with white speckles
  • Rhinophores: Smooth, tapering, clear, tipped with white frosting
  • Oral tentacles: beige, with faint line of white specks
  • Cerrata: beige, tipped with white, darker brown at the base, with both white and brown specks
    BEST GUESS: A beige Catriona rickettsi (looks like this one photographed by David Behrens: invasions.si.edu/nemesis/calnemo/SpeciesSummary.jsp?TSN=7...)

EVEN MORE photos, for the truly dedicated, are on Flikr: https://flic.kr/s/aHsktBR2c1

UPDATE 2/2/2016: "Probablys" from Brenna and Jeff Goddard. ;-)

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skatingflamingo

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Diciembre 26, 2022 a las 06:28 TARDE PST

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Salamandra Delgada de Jardín (Batrachoseps major)

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imlichentoday

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Diciembre 23, 2023 a las 04:30 TARDE PST

Descripción

Under log in Quercus agrifolia leaf litter

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lutea11

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Marzo 29, 2015 a las 12:46 TARDE PDT

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luanroberts

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Noviembre 21, 2023 a las 02:53 MAÑANA PST

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Chal Español (Flabellinopsis iodinea)

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crabsandshrimps

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Agosto 21, 2015 a las 10:30 MAÑANA PDT

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kcram

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Mayo 7, 2022 a las 01:50 TARDE PDT

Descripción

~20m depth, 9°C

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jeremyhathaway

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Abril 30, 2023 a las 01:04 TARDE PDT

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abbyt

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Junio 6, 2023 a las 09:30 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

@anudibranchmom ? New to me!

This is a guess - looks similar-

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lorri-gong

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Mayo 7, 2023 a las 08:19 MAÑANA PDT

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abbyt

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Julio 14, 2022 a las 07:56 MAÑANA PDT

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alanarama3

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Septiembre 17, 2023 a las 04:34 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

This is the first one I've seen here this year. The summer of 2022 produced many more sightings.

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alanarama3

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Noviembre 12, 2023 a las 02:40 TARDE PST

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nudibitch

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

Descripción

same individual as yesterday (https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/193347588), still uncertain!

@jeffgoddard what do you think about this individual?

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bbesom

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Diciembre 6, 2023 a las 01:29 TARDE PST

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nudibitch

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

Descripción

maybe a stretch of the imagination but:

  • no markings extending from the front base of rhinophores to the oral tentacles characteristic of E rustyus? but reminds me of this observation https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/159418472
  • forgot that the dorsomedial markings are the major distinction, didn’t get great shots. on the images of the tail you can see the olive marking extending up the dorsum?
  • not sure if the cerata are irregularly nodular.

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u_phantasticus

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Noviembre 2023

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Literally have no clue what this thing is, so weird!

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nudibitch

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Noviembre 19, 2023

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exciting!! on the bottom lip of a big boulder

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anudibranchmom

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Febrero 2023

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Please leave at genus for now. Preliminary ID by @tgosliner is Catriona group of Tenellia species. Thank you also @jeffgoddard for your ID help.

They were not tiny -- all were between 15-25 mm long.

Non-scientific description:

Body was translucent white with no other markings. No foot corners that I could see.

Ceratal cores were brown with orange tips, with varying degrees of faint opaque white frosting on the leading edge of the cerata, ranging from virtually none on the smaller individuals to obvious on the largest individual.

Rhinophores were smooth with opaque white on the backside of the tips, with a small orange-red patch just below that (barely extended to the front of the rhinophore, so not really a "band").

Oral tentacles were about the same length as the cerata, with a red-orange patch on the leading edge that did not extend to the tip. As with the rhinophores, the oral tentacles had varying degrees of opaque white frosting on the leading edge of the cerata, ranging from virtually none on the smaller individuals to obvious on the largest individual. On only the largest individual, the opaque frosting extended into the head.

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nudibitch

Fecha

Octubre 27, 2023 a las 03:19 TARDE PDT

Descripción

on inat this form has been ID as C rickettsi, per Terry Gosliner it is a different species

species 1 from the 2022 guide?

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nudibitch

Fecha

Octubre 25, 2023

Descripción

Apata cf pricei (Behrens et al 2022)???

“Body is translucent gray-white with a white opaque line running from the tip of the tail part way up the sides of the dorsum. The white tipped cerata have a reddish or brownish red core and may have a greenish cast, and form up to 10 comb shaped rows. Rhinophores are perfoliate and frosted white along most of their length, and oral tentacles have a white line on their dorsal surface”

opaque frosting on the rhinophores appears to be on the top only

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nudibitch

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Octubre 22, 2023 a las 07:32 MAÑANA PDT

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nudibitch

Fecha

Octubre 22, 2023 a las 08:01 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

on giant brown kelp!!

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josh_maxwell

Fecha

Octubre 14, 2023 a las 10:52 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Depth: 122 fsw
Size: 5 mm

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floydehayes

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Octubre 8, 2023 a las 12:02 MAÑANA PDT