A Nudibranch Called Phyllidia Ocellata Cuvier

Phyllidia Ocellata Cuvier

Phyllidia ocellata Cuvier is a Nudibranch commonly found in the Indo-Pacific. This sea slug was spotted moving along a sandy portion of the ocean floor off the main island in Fiji.

Dive guides were provided by Waidroka Bay Resort.

Shot with a Panasonic GH5 – Here’s a link to my underwater set-up.

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