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yikes - the green nudibranchs!

Discussion in 'Name that Critter' started by alcina, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. alcina

    alcina Missing Diva. ScubaBoard Supporter

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    All of these nudis are running together and I'm getting confused:

    The guy eating is Roboastra luteolineata
    #1[​IMG]

    As is this guy:
    #2[​IMG]

    Now I thought this guy was, too, at least at one stage:
    #3[​IMG]

    and
    #4[​IMG]

    I think this green guy is Nembrotha kubaryana - I missed the actual mating in photos, but they were connected. This one has slightly different gills than the other green guys here, but man, his markings are close:
    #5[​IMG]

    And this guy I have as both Roboastra luteolineata and Nembrotha milleri - oooops!
    #6[​IMG]

    and the same for this guy
    #7[​IMG]

    So, are we all confused now? I appreciate any help as my head is doing spinnies :D
     

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