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“Sea slug commonly known as sea sheep or leaf sheep (Costasiella kuroshimae) (x x x) ”

Spotted Nudibranch from the Phillipines

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Spotted Nudibranch from the Phillipines

Roboastra tigris from Sea of Cortez, Mexico

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Resultado de imagem para lesmas do mar

Resultado de imagem para lesmas do mar

Resultado de imagem para lesmas do mar

Resultado de imagem para lesmas do mar

まるで海の宝石!ウミウシ美し過ぎワロタwwww : 不思議.net

まるで海の宝石!ウミウシ美し過ぎワロタwwww : 不思議.net

Resultado de imagem para lesmas do mar

Resultado de imagem para lesmas do mar

Incrível nudibrânquio - um tipo de lesma-do-mar - da espécie Costasiella sp. Além de super diferente, observando bem de perto, tem um aspecto de "cara de vaquinha".

jedavu: “ The Adorable Sea Sheep This little sea animal is called “Costasiella kuroshimae” (known as “Leaf Sheep”). It’s an aquatic slug that looks like a cow or a sheep and that eats so much algae.

Nudibranchs don’t have the eyes on the rhinophores (you know, the two “antennas” on their head) so one must wonder... where the heck are the eyes then? Well, this is a sea slug called Costasiella kuroshimae (best known as sea sheep because they graze on algae), not a nudibranch but a sap-sucking slug, another type of opistobranch. They don’t have rhinophores but a couple of cephalic tentacles instead and between them we can see the eyes as two little black dots! The eyes on sea slugs are…

Nudibranchs don’t have the eyes on the rhinophores (you know, the two “antennas” on their head) so one must wonder... where the heck are the eyes then? Well, this is a sea slug called Costasiella kuroshimae (best known as sea sheep because they graze on algae), not a nudibranch but a sap-sucking slug, another type of opistobranch. They don’t have rhinophores but a couple of cephalic tentacles instead and between them we can see the eyes as two little black dots! The eyes on sea slugs are…

Solar Sea Slug ;) houses algae to produce energy from the sun? Like other nudibranches

The Sea Slug Forum - Solar-powered sea slugs. The sacoglossan Placida cf. dendritica showing the green network of ducts which contain the green chloroplasts from its algal food.

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