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Polly Pirate

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  1. Hey, Could anyone ID this little lovely for me? From Bequia, St Vincent & the Grenadines. Depth 13m on sandy channel between reef and turtle grass.
  2. Wow that does look amazingly similar! How awesome.
  3. Hi Leslie, Wow that is so cool to find then! I have never seen one like this before in our area. It was crawling over a disused anchor and then quickly tried to disappear in the turtle grass once it realized we were there.
  4. Am I right in my research that they are now classified as Chelidonura africana?
  5. Maybe the netted flatworm? I've found a large one of those on sand dollars before too.
  6. Found at 10 feet in Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines. An interesting type of sap sucker that I haven't seen here before. Identification help please!
  7. Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines. We often find these tiny critters on the underside of dead sand dollars - are they a Doris?
  8. Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines. 35 feet of sea water on sand. I found quite an explosion of these tiny (1cm at most) black things. They seemed to be in couples and if they bumped into each other they would disappear under sand together and then reappear after a few seconds. I saw them at the same date and place last year. Help with identification please! This overexposed image showed their outline up the best so apologies for wierd photo!
  9. Saw this yesterday in about 15feet of sea water. Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines. Help with species name please!
  10. Ooo thank you! Mystery solved!
  11. Any ideas? Found a netted flatworm munching on a sand dollar the other day although the pattern on this juvenile ...? looks more warty.
  12. Taken on a night dive in Bequia,St Vincent and the Grenadines.
  13. Please help me identify this as I have never seen one in this area before. Depth: 5m and on sandy rubble. Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines.
  14. I found this mass of eggs(??) that resemble transparent tapioca - mid reef at a depth of 60ft/18m. Bequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines. Anyone know if they are eggs and whom they might belong too?
  15. These funny segmented worms?? were wrapped around a couple of soft sea rods. Depth around 50ft/15m mid-reef. Bequia in St Vincent & the Grenadines. Any ideas??
  16. Found this along a reef in Bequia, St Vincent & the Grenadines. Depth 20ft. Thinking it's a Mottled Cyphoma?
  17. Thanks for the tip about this book - I can never find anything on Caribbean nudibranchs!
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