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Nudibranch – Chromodoris amoena
Size: Max 60mm
Distribution: Southern QLD, Tas, VIC, NSW & New Zealand

The name Nudibranch means naked gills. These most beautiful and bizarre of creatures belong to the subclass Opisthobranchia or sea slugs. Worldwide it is estimated that the subclass has in excess of 3,000 species.

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