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   xoxoxoBruce  Friday Nov 12 02:56 AM

Nov 12, 2010: Nudibranch

About 2700 people are trying to find out what's in the ocean. Of course they keep finding things we didn't know were there, because it hadn't been accidentally dragged up in a fishing net, or got in the way when we were looking for the Titanic.

This is Euselenops Luniceps...



Is this the Rodney Dangerfield, of the Nudibranch family?

Quote:
It is rarely seen because it dwells partially buried in the sand during the day, with its rhinophores exposed (scent or taste receptors on top of the head). Euselenops luniceps has a very flat body with a large oral veil that it uses to sift through the sand in an effort to find food.
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SPUCK  Friday Nov 12 04:17 AM

Garlic and butter?



monster  Friday Nov 12 08:39 AM

There's a kid in my son's class called Euselenops Luniceps Nudibranch.



Spexxvet  Friday Nov 12 08:43 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by monster View Post
There's a kid in my son's class called Euselenops Luniceps Nudibranch.
Of the Newport Nudibranches?


monster  Friday Nov 12 09:00 AM

I'll ask, next time we do frapuccinos



xoxoxoBruce  Friday Nov 12 10:01 AM

Does the kid look like Rodney Dangerfield?



Gravdigr  Friday Nov 12 02:39 PM

Quote:
...oral veil...
That turned me on just a little bit...


lupin..the..3rd  Friday Nov 12 05:15 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by SPUCK View Post
Garlic and butter?
Just like escargot! Mmmmm


monster  Friday Nov 12 08:47 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
Does the kid look like Rodney Dangerfield?
I dunno, what do you think?


Jacquelita  Friday Nov 12 08:50 PM

I love Nudibranchs! I had the image below as wallpaper for the longest time.



xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Nov 13 12:48 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by monster View Post
I dunno, what do you think?
Yup, definitely a Rodney.

Heh, Jacquelita loves nudies.


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