« Moonshine | Main | Right of way »

26 March 2011


anna tambour

One of your best, though I'm emitting a milk of acidic jealousy. The only nudibranchs I've ever seen in the wild are two Sea Hares (Aplysia dactylomela). Were they involved? I don't know, but I'm all for their mechanisms to protect themselves against canine gourmands and scientists who don't respect their privacy. (See http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/journal/secrets-of-sea-slug-sex-revealed.htm" )

Those "spicule-bearing tubercles" you write of are fascinating. Are the blue sponges that you say this dorid eats siliceous?

Rick MacPherson

hey there! looks like i'll be in singapore for a few days on april 27-28(en route to field work in indonesia)... any chance we can meet for coffee or grab some food? my treat!

would be great to meet you!

The comments to this entry are closed.

Search this blog

  • Google
    search this duck
  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing public photos from budak. Make your own badge here.
  • Nature Blog Network
  • Bringing you closer to Asian nature since 1998!