Tenellia sp. 28

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Anilao, Batangas, Philippines

Tenellia sp. 28 (in NSSI 2nd Edition)

Wow - look at this one. How can you not just love Nudibranchs?

This critter is red with purple oral tentacles and white pigment on the dorsum and sides. The rhinophores are red. The cerata are red with opaque white spots. Each ceras has a white apex and some specimens have a submarginal purple spot.

So far it has only been documented from Indonesia and the Philippines.

Dave Behrens
New Braunfels, TX
Oct., 2023
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Dave and Peg in Texas motif prior to move from
Washington to Texas

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