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Among the more commonly encountered on our shores, this large nudibranch is hard to spot if it's on rubble. Don't handle this nudibranch (or any other in fact) as it tends to break off pieces of its body when it's upset.

More about this nudibranch on the wildfacts sheets on wildsingapore.

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Discodoris boholiensis - Photo (c) Mark Rosenstein, all rights reserved
kueda's ID: Discodoris boholiensis, a member of Nudibranchs (Order Nudibranchia)
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Discodoris boholiensis - Photo (c) Mark Rosenstein, all rights reserved
wildsingapore's ID: Discodoris boholiensis, a member of Nudibranchs (Order Nudibranchia)
Posted by wildsingapore over 7 years ago (Flag)
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Discodoris boholiensis - Photo (c) Mark Rosenstein, all rights reserved
wildsingapore's ID: Discodoris boholiensis, a member of Nudibranchs (Order Nudibranchia)
Discodoris boholiensis - Photo (c) Mark Rosenstein, all rights reserved
Community ID: Discodoris boholiensis, a member of Nudibranchs (Order Nudibranchia)
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