Chromodoris annulata nudibranch

Chromodoris annulata nudibranch

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Caption: Chromodoris annulata is a large smooth pale-bodied nudibranch with many vivid yellow spots, though these may be absent in some individuals. It has one purple ring around the gills and another ring around the rhinophores. The mantle usually has a purple border. It may grow to 100mm in total length. The gills are triangular in cross-section. via Lessepsian migration this species has started colonizing the Mediterranean Sea first sighting was recorded in October 2009

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Keywords: animal, animals, chromodoris annulata, colonization, israel, lessepsian, mediterranean, mediterrenean sea, migrant, migrate, migration, migratory, mollusc, mollusca, nudibranchia, sea, sea slug, underwater

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