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Sea slugs are hermaprodites. So each slug has both male and female reproductive organs. When two slugs meet, they fertilise one another.

The male organ is the white thing that emerges from the 'neck'!

More about this slug on the wildfacts sheets on wildsingapore.

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Posted by wildsingapore over 7 years ago (Flag)
Posted by susanhewitt 4 months ago (Flag)
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Ornate sap-sucking slug - Photo (c) Steve Childs, some rights reserved (CC BY)
Community ID: Ornate sap-sucking slug (Elysia ornata)
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