There are other fractalists but no one, as far as I know, making underwater scenes. I have seen some large Aplysia vaccaria diving around here in our local waters of Southern California, but these branchs made the Aplysia look small. The president repeatedly blamed the U.S. House Speaker for not caring about Americans since she would not agree to his terms for COVID-19 relief aid. However when the gills are all extended it is hard to see the basal region and until they are maximally retracted it is difficult to see that they are independent of each other. 7. The skeletal spicules of many encrusting sponges have been found in its stomach. 8. Thanks David,This animal was first described from an animal collected in the Red Sea. Passion Pit - I'll Be Alright The one where the guy makes out with the art. Thanks Dave,They are really spectacular when they are 'dancing / swimming'.Bill Rudman. I'm glad you mentioned it swimming, as I have often wondered at what size it began swimming. These two were found on the sand at 130 feet, but after we got out of the water I talked with one of the dive guides and he told me that he has seen even larger ones in the shallower water around 30 feet. Also, it would appear to "almost have" a seventh gill cluster. In the last ten years or so we now have evidence to show that Hexabranchus has distasteful, and potentially toxic, chemicals in its body and egg masses. Although the internet brings us all closer together it is still a very big planet. In most dorid nudibranchs with a relatively flattened body [eg Discodoris, Platydoris, Jorunna etc] the gills all contract into a single gill pocket. Dear Leticia,Concerning your question about Hexabranchus mating. 1. Using internal emails, sworn testimony, and other documents, Snopes was able to break down exactly how the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) worked to "generate, create, organize and weaponize" misleading narratives. “Its diving, and especially cave-diving, that first inspired me to make images,” he says. The underwater landscapes I discovered were so unreal — and I now realize that this was because they were fractal. I do recall that it was not particularly large, perhaps about 25 cm long.Thanks,Mary Jane, Dear Bill,I found this Hexabranchus sanguineus on a night dive near New Ireland Island, Papua New Guinea. We think they are very beautiful.Thank you fromAlicia. Hexabranchus = six gills and sanguineus = blood and refers to its red colour. I'm afraid I am working from home for a few days and don't have the paper available.
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