How strange to call this planet 'Earth' when quite clearly it is ocean. Arthur C. Clarke

Monday, December 12, 2016

Nudibranchs at Davenport Landing

At the low tide today at Davenport Landing, I found so many nudibranchs, there must have been a convention or something!

Acanthodoris lutea, the orange peel nudibranch


 
Triopha catalinae, the clown nudibranch


Acanthodoris lutea, the orange peel nudibranch with
Troipha catalinae, the clown nudibranch


Okenia rosacea, the Hopkins rose nudibranch


Archidoris montereyensis, the Monterey sea lemon nudibranch


Hermissenda crassicornis, the opalescent nudibranch



 There were other cool molluscs as well.

Calliostoma canaliculatus, the Channeled top snail


Either a mossy chiton or a hairy chiton

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