One was seen at night on the slope at Petiisan Point. It appeared to be eating opisthobranch eggs deposited on a hydroid.
The anmials below were discovered only after the fact while examining a photo of Chromodoris cf colemani, so the quality of the zoomed-in image is not too good. The smaller white eolid to the left is probably a young specimen.
Created 14 July 2013
Updated 15 July 2014
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