High-res Nudibranch Eggs (possibly Hypselodoris sp.) 
© MAAMB
After their freaky hermaphroditic mutual sperm swap, both nudibranchs lay seperate egg ribbons. In most cases these are laid directly on the species food source. The shape, colour and design is often characteristic of the specific group or Family.
Most are toxic to deter predation. But then we don’t really expect any less from nudibranchs, do we?

Nudibranch Eggs (possibly Hypselodoris sp.) 

© MAAMB

After their freaky hermaphroditic mutual sperm swap, both nudibranchs lay seperate egg ribbons. In most cases these are laid directly on the species food source. The shape, colour and design is often characteristic of the specific group or Family.

Most are toxic to deter predation. But then we don’t really expect any less from nudibranchs, do we?

High-res Komodo ‘11: Day Four: Deadman’s Island
Great wall dive. One of the first things spotted were these two HUGE Pleurobranchs.
Pleurobranchus is a genus of side-gilled slugs [Suborder:	Notaspidea]. Their anatomy is characterized by a single, external ctenidium (respiratory apparatus) on the right side, rolled rhinophores, and a flattened shell.
I have no idea what this species is. Help very welcome. Any ideas?

Komodo ‘11: Day Four: Deadman’s Island

Great wall dive. One of the first things spotted were these two HUGE Pleurobranchs.

Pleurobranchus is a genus of side-gilled slugs [Suborder: Notaspidea]. Their anatomy is characterized by a single, external ctenidium (respiratory apparatus) on the right side, rolled rhinophores, and a flattened shell.

I have no idea what this species is. Help very welcome. Any ideas?