UserCamera: Nikon D90
Location: Malaysia
Strobe: Nikon SB-800
Taxonomy: Nudibranch
EXIFCamera model: NIKON D90
Date: 14 December 2009
Time: 19:50:50
Exposure Time: 1/125
Aperture: f/29.0
Exposure Bias: 0.00
ISO: 500
Focal Length: 60 mm (35 mm equivalent: 90 mm)
Exposure Program: Manual
Exposure Mode: Manual exposure
Metering Mode: Pattern
Light Source: unknown
White Balance: Auto white balance
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS3 Windows

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6 Responses to “Eubranchopsis virginalis”

  1. Ahmad Zaki says:

    OK, I sent it to Nudi Pixel. Cant find it in any books. I’m gonna call it Phyllodesmium zakii !! HAHAHA

  2. Tineke Smit says:

    I think it is a Eubranchus virginalis. If you have the book of Nudibranch of the world (Debelius/Kuiter) you can look at page 346! Distribution Indo-West Pacific. What do you think?

  3. Carl Gennaro says:

    Looks like something that lives in the Ocean.

  4. Ahmad Zaki says:

    Tineke I looked at that one in the Debelius book, but the Cerata are encased in sheaths, this one is not, thats what puzzled me. No Carl, it doesn’t live in the ocean, I found it in my teacup…

  5. Tineke Smit says:

    Maybe you can give it a cf. in the name (Eubranchus cf.virginalis) till you are sure. When you look at the Poppe site you will see the same animal also in the same treebranch as your nudi.Only this one is white.

  6. Ahmad Zaki says:

    OK Dr Dave Behrens says its an Eubranchopsis virginalis, see nudi pixel

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