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This rose red nudibranch is often seen on our Northern shores particularly around Chinese New Year, for some inexplicable reason. Red being an auspicious colour for the Chinese, this makes the sighting double delightful.

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Dendrodoris fumata - Photo (c) Ria Tan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND), uploaded by wildsingapore
wildsingapore's ID: Dendrodoris fumata, a member of Nudibranchs (Order Nudibranchia)
Posted by wildsingapore over 7 years ago (Flag)
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Dendrodoris fumata - Photo (c) Ria Tan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND), uploaded by wildsingapore
maractwin's ID: Dendrodoris fumata, a member of Nudibranchs (Order Nudibranchia)
Posted by maractwin about 4 years ago (Flag)
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Dendrodoris fumata - Photo (c) Ria Tan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND), uploaded by wildsingapore
wildsingapore's ID: Dendrodoris fumata, a member of Nudibranchs (Order Nudibranchia)
Dendrodoris fumata - Photo (c) Ria Tan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND), uploaded by wildsingapore
Community ID: Dendrodoris fumata, a member of Nudibranchs (Order Nudibranchia)
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