Reticulated Sea SlugOxynoe antillarum
Sea Slugs are herbivores. Most are uncommon to see. This species may assocoate with sea grape or feather algae. The skin is smooth, but have skin papillae (points). The skin is green and has a net pattern, the body fringes and rhinophores (antennae) are blue and white. Between and beneath the back skin flaps is an external shell.
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