Sunday, June 10, 2012

Obyan Nudibranch


I went beachcombing at Obyan Beach with the BFF this weekend.  The day was hot and sunny and the tide was really low.  In the shallow water, I saw two nudibranchs (sea slugs) but only managed to get a picture of one (sorry, I only had my phone camera).  I think this is an Elysia ornata and it was laying down its egg mass.  The other one was probably a Thuridilla gracilis.  Nudibranchs are especially hard to identify and there are people who are really into "collecting" them in pictures.  Here is a picture of the bright yellow egg mass:
  
Beach time with the BFF are some of the best times.  Hopefully there will be more time in the water next weekend.
Ti napu.
The Beachcomber

8 comments:

Sean said...

Shut.The.Front.Door.

Beachcomber is back! Will we see more of him? Or is this just a rare sighting?

Miss you, my friend.

Drea said...

Yay! You're back. :)

Mai said...

Awesome nudi!! Almost as awesome as you! ;) Miss you, kuya!!

Anonymous said...

Hey, Man!

Welcome back to blogging! I miss reading your fascinating stories and most of all the beautiful pictures that come with every translation. Nice view of the ocean btw and your lady friend looks amazing!

Take care, man!

The Beachcomber said...

Awwww! I miss all of you too! Thanks for your continued sharing as well. It's nice to stay connected this way.

Hugo Costa said...


I guys,

Check the nudibranch page at
http://skaphandrus.com
a comprehensive catalogue of marine species to sea lovers.

Tasi Tanner said...

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thanks

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