New Phd Student Studying Sea Slugs - No Bones

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28 October 2013


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The Chromodoris albopunctata reminds me of my old school mascot: the UCSC Banana Slug - only flattened out, aquatic and more brilliant patterns. The aeolids seeem to have found a great diet on the cnidarians. Fascinating subjects to research. Will be looking for your cookbook someday.


Sounds interesting. Good luck with your research!

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