Nudibranch Species Janolus barbarensis
Nudibranch species Janolus barbarensis, as seen under the North T-Pier, Morro Bay, Calif. Nudibranchs can come in amazing colors and odd shapes. (Date of Image: September 2010)
Credit: Ken Bondy
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