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  1. Anilao Nudibranchs and Other Sea Slugs by members Jim Anderson, Mike Bartick and David Behrens. Available at the Apple iBooks store here https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/anilao-nudibranchs-2016/id1210743768?ls=1&mt=11
  2. Hi Wetpixelites and Nudilovers, I have a potential new nudibranch alert from New Zealand. Here's the story and photos: http://www.inspiredtodive.com/nudiblog/is-there-a-new-nudibranch-in-nz Please share this with all of your nudi networks. I'm very keen to hear from anyone who thinks they may have seen this species. Happy sea slug snooping! Ali
  3. I shot this footage of a sacoglossan (sap-sucking slug) in May in the Lembeh Strait. I was unable to find a match for it in my references, and Terry Gosliner (on the strength of 1 frame grab), reckoned it was a new species of Stiliger sp., so I made a little YouTube video of it. I particularly like how you can see the material traveling up and down the ducts of the digestive gland. Shot with my Panasonic GH4 in a Nauticam NA-GH4 housing. I used an Olympus M.Zuiko ED 60mm f2.8 macro lens and a Nauticam CMC. Quite a lot of the shots are cropped from 2160p to 1080p to give more effective magnification.
  4. 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.
  5. Hello all: I was in the Philippines this last month, and had the good fortune of being able to film an extremely rare nudibranch. The Kalinga Ornata! To my knowledge, this is the only video of the nudibranch in a natural and behavioral standpoint. Even Roger Steene hasn't seen this nudibranch yet! After reviewing my footage that evening, I noticed that I caught it eating a Brittle Star. With it's translucent body, you can see the star moving around in the body. I didn't know it was feeding when I was shooting it. So that was a pleasant surprise! I am sorry for all the junk in the water. It was a very silty dive site, and being a night dive, my lights were attracting all sorts of critters. Let me know what you think of the video, and if you have ever seen this nudi before either video or photo. Thanks, Dustin
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