Critter Alert: Reticulated Chromodoris

Reticulated chromodoris is a colorful nudibranch that live mostly in the waters of the indo-pacific.

This sea slug is also referred to as Goniobranchus reticulatus, part dorid nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Chromodorididae.

The nudibranch in the picture below was spotted off the coast of Puerto Galera in the Philippines.

Reticulated Chromodoris
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