Nudibranch Gallery


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  1. Patti WardMarch 1, 2010 @ 07:45

    Peter, these are truly lovely photos. I didn’t realise how many lovely creatures lived in the cooler waters of Victoria, especially Port Phillip & Corio Bay areas. I hope you will come and visit us and take some photos of the Great Barrier Reef.

  2. Thanks pat…Love to! Its amazing what lives in these colder waters…i’m constantly being suprised!

  3. Wow I can’t believe how many species are found in the rockpools. Some beautiful images there Pete.

  4. Thanks Jim…i think i have a list of about 60-70 species from the rockpools. It’s suddenly gone very quiet over the last 6 months though. I haven’t seen a new species in months!

  5. Sandra and Philip BoxJanuary 8, 2011 @ 16:26

    Hi Peter, we photographed a pair of plain burgundy nudibranchs mating in Tasmania this morning. I think that is what they are, anyway. How do I send photos to you as you may be able to identify it for us please? They were beautiful.

  6. Sure..send them through to . You could also post them to the forum and they’ll help you with an ID.

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