Nudibranch Notebook of Northwest Bali-March 2017 by Kat Ramage | Mar 31, 2017 | Kat Ramage Photos | 2 comments Hypselodoris-bullockii from Menjangan Halgerda-batangas from Temple Wall Chromodoris-quadricolor from Menjangan Flabellina from Temple Wall Flabellina from Midway The retired resident photo wench is obsessed with nudibranchs–here are some favorites from the dives made in March. 2 Comments Barbara Kennard on April 3, 2017 at 3:17 am Gorgeous photos.. com Tiny creatures, still difficult for me to find. Amazing colour. Kat Ramage on April 3, 2017 at 11:35 am Thanks Barbara–I can’t take much credit for finding most of them. I definitely need the expert eyes of the Sea Rovers guides. The nudibranchs are very colorful naturally, but the camera’s strobe light removes the blue cast of the sunlight and makes the color really pop in the photos.