This beautiful sea slug or nudibranch, as it is more correctly known, is laying a yellow ribbon of eggs in waters around the Poor Knights Islands. The prominent blue structures on its back are breathing gills.
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Iain A. Anderson
Photograph by Iain A. Anderson
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