UserCamera: Nikon D300
Location: Komodo
Strobe: Sea & Sea YS-250
Taxonomy: Others
EXIFCamera model: NIKON D300
Date: 21 November 2009
Time: 03:22:28
Exposure Time: 1/250
Aperture: f/18.0
Exposure Bias: 0.00
ISO: 200
Focal Length: 60 mm (35 mm equivalent: 90 mm)
Exposure Program: Manual
Exposure Mode: Manual exposure
Metering Mode: Spot
Light Source: Flash
White Balance: Manual white balance
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS4 Macintosh

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9 Responses to “Something In There”

  1. Carl Gennaro says:

    What is this? Anyone know?

  2. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    i’m sure it’s nudibranch but i forgot the name
    it belongs to Dorididae family if I’m not mistaken
    could be Doris sp. or… well better to ask Erwin or
    submit your photo to Nudi Pixel, Carl :)

  3. Erwin Kodiat says:

    Agree with Momon, could be Dorididae family.
    Do you mind if I post this to Nudi Pixel? So some nudibranch experts can review it?

  4. Carl Gennaro says:

    Not at all, want me to send you original file? or at least a bigger one, it really looses that punch so small. or for that site it doesn’t matter? I never been to that site until last night. cool..

    That is one weird nudi, it really looks like something is inside and some sort of sack all around it. At first I thought it was eggs. Blown up here on a 27″ screen it looks more like eggs.

  5. Erwin Kodiat says:

    This is just good size for Nudi Pixel, Carl.
    I have posted it in Nudi Pixel, and will share it with some nudibranch experts to see their opinion

  6. Carl Gennaro says:

    Where do I see it on Nudi Pixel? wow I really didn’t realize how many of these slugs are out there.. LOL amazing, God really loves the Ocean and it’s creatures

  7. Carl Gennaro says:

    What does the green dot in upper left hand corner mean?

  8. Erwin Kodiat says:

    Carl, it is http://www.nudipixel.net/photo/00022612/
    Not published yet as it is still unidentified
    The green dot means the photo has been reviewed by a nudibranch expert

  9. Johannes Oei says:

    It will be interesting to know what it is.
    Waiting for the info.

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