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Micromelo undata


Eric Lancelot Micromelo undata Nikon D7100 85mm Nik + caisson Hugyfot + FLash Inon Z240 1/250 F16

Stefan Follows ooh :)

Ron Silver :-D

Iris Dielhenn as if it was made from glass .. :-)

Giorgio Cavallaro http://www.uwphotographers.net/2013/06/uwp-eric-lancelot.html

Message posted on UWphotographers on 20 Oct 2013
Cédric Penti Micromelo undata, about 3cm, Etang Salé, Reunion Island, yesterday

Ana Luísa Parreira Neves Micromelo undata Tenerife Island - Canary Islands Sony Cybershot Dsc W-380 No strobes

Message posted on UWphotographers on 07 Nov 2012
Eric Lancelot Nikon D7100 + 85mm + Caisson Hugyfot + FLash Inon Z240 1/100s à F16 iso 200

Ron Silver Melo, Micromelo undata

Qing Lin beautifull

Giorgio Cavallaro http://www.uwphotographers.net/2013/06/uwp-eric-lancelot.html

Message posted on UWphotographers on 15 Oct 2013
Luis Miguens ID please? From our member: Ana Neves http://skaphandrus.com/en/underwater-photography/photo/26542-nudibranquio#.UkNk-Newe0w

O Gajo Dos Olivais Depending on the location, could be Micromelo undata. It's a cephalaspidea from tropical waters, Indo pacific and Atlantic as well.

Message posted on NUDIBRANCH LOVERS on 25 Sep 2013
Imade Widana Padangbai dive May, 31, 2013 G11

María Eugenia Suárez Name?

Agus Kojack Micromelo undata?

Imade Widana That right Micromelo Undata, thanks Agus

Dirk Vermeiren Very nice Imade ;-)

Imade Widana Thank you very much Dirk

Dirk Vermeiren Thanks to YOU Imade and always welcome ;-)

Agus Kojack Nice pict bli....

Message posted on UWphotographers on 31 May 2013
Gary Cobb Photos and species list from our 2 dives yesterday. 38 Species found at Flinders Reef Moreton Island, 10m viz, beautiful diving day, no swell and no surge, 25C water temp. 1st dive/2nd dive. *most species found this outing. Aegires flores 1 Ardeadoris pullata /1 *Chromodoris elisabethina 2/8 Chromodoris kuiteri 1/1 Chromodoris lochi /1 Costasiella kuroshimae Cratena cf. affinis 1 Cratena simba 2 Dermatobranchus cf. primus /1 Dermatobranchus rodmani /2 Elysia cf. furvacauda /1 Found at 1m on the mooring rope! Flabellina bicolor 1 Flabellina sp. 1 5 Found at 5m on the mooring rope! Glossodoris cincta 1 Goniobranchus geometricus 1 Halgerda cf. willeyi 1 Halgerda sp. 1 1 Our 540th species! I have never seen this species, ever. Hypselodoris godeffroyana /1 Hypselodoris maculosa 1 Jorunna sp. 3 /1 Marianina rosea /1 Micromelo undata /1 Noumea simplex /1 Phyllidia elegans 1 Phyllidia ocellata 1 Phyllidia picta 1 Phyllidiella lizae /2 Phyllidiella pustulosa 1/2 Protaeolidiella juliae /2 Thorunna daniellae 1 Thuridilla carlsoni 7/1 Thuridilla gracilis 1/1 Thuridilla neona 1 Thuridilla splendens 1 Trinchesia ornata 1/4 Trinchesia ornata 3/2 Trinchesia sp. 16 /1 Our 539th species! Trinchesia sp. 6 /1

Gary Cobb Correction: Halgerda sp. 2 is correct.

Frans Ricc This very interesting sea slug belongs to the Cephalaspidea order. It is very similar to Micromelo undata, but the color pattern is little different, maybe an undescribed species? Let’s call it Micromelo sp. Any suggestion? Coral Garden, Tulamben (Bali) Nikon D80 with 105 mm, f38 1/200 ISO 100, flash manual.

Vanessa Costa Amazing slug, very nice details in this picture

Brooke Kuhlman Jolley AWESOME!! Almost glows!

Roy Arthur David Lontoh lovely colors!...

Message posted on Underwater Macro Photographers on 02 May 2012
Steffen Eidem Any ideas on this one? Tanken in curocao, about 10-14m deep

Deb Aston Micromelo undata

Steffen Eidem Thank you!=)

Orietta Rivolta Micromelo undatum (Brugiere,1792) ??? Lembeh strait Very small,depth 5m

Gary Cobb This is Micromelo undata (Bruguiere, 1792)

Blogie Robillo Fabulous!

Patrik Good They are beauties. Your size information makes me smile. They might be small sometimes but in nudi terms I would never call these guys 'very small'. They seem to be regulars here at the moment with sizes varying between 10mm to 25 mm.

Animalia (Kingdom)
  Mollusca (Phylum)
    Gastropoda (Class)
      Heterobranchia (Subclass)
         Heterobranchia (Infraclass)
          Acteonoidea (Superfamily)
            Aplustridae (Family)
              Micromelo (Genus)
                Micromelo undata (Species)
Associated Species