Cumbrae March 2003
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We headed off to the water sports centre on Cumbrae for the weekend. Approx. 22 divers.
Thanks to Christine Howson for the Nudibranch Names
Thanks also to Gill McLellan for pointing out Tritonia as I swam right over it ;-)
Some underwater pics
Nudibranch : Flabellina Pedata
Big Nudibranch : Pleurobranchus Membranaceus (not strictly a nudibrnach but in a related group. This is what makes the large white squishy roses on the sediment in places like Loch Fyne/Long/Clyde. It can get dinner plate sized.)
Bigger Nudibranch : Tritonia Hombergii - eats dead men's fingers and can do a good impression
Tiny Nudibranch : Cuthona Caerulea
And I think these pics could be contenders for the next caption competition!