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    Andy Kleinmoedig, Arne Kuilman, and 173 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Arne Kuilman 23 months ago | reply

      Two different nudibranchs right? Aeolidia papillosa eats anemones (in Russia as well I hope for the small nudibranch(

    2. entwoman 23 months ago | reply

      Drama is right! I hope that Arne is correct! Great photo!

    3. Fabschie 23 months ago | reply

      What a great picture!

    4. Danie Ciol 23 months ago | reply

      D: is it going to eat the little one?!

    5. jrixunderwater 23 months ago | reply

      OK; how big is the bigger nudibranch? I've seen countless of the opalescent nudibranches from 1cm to 8cm, so even assuming this one is a smaller one at a couple centimeters, the big one seems like 15 or more cm...

    6. Arne Kuilman 23 months ago | reply

      The big one (Aeolidia papillosa) is an adult. They grow up to about 15cm max and feed on sea anemones (Metridium senile in the Netherlands). This one looks to be around 10cm, a healthy adult.

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    8. focalmann [deleted] 23 months ago | reply

      Another amazing capture from the sea!!!

    9. ROLANDKU 23 months ago | reply

      Amazing! Great collection of uw picts! Salute!

    10. d7a0b06bb6b2e374e4b95c5b45b6d721 23 months ago | reply

      Very good photo of the sea creatures

    11. Alexander Semenov 23 months ago | reply

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    12. coupons4food@idealconcepts4u.com 22 months ago | reply

      Great shot! So clear and life-like.

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