They have the reproductive organs of both sexes. They can mate with any other adult that happens to pass by—doubles their chances of ‘getting lucky.’ The male and female sexual openings are on the right sides of their bodies.
The retired resident photo wench is obsessed with nudibranchs–here are some favorites from the dives made in March.
New camera at Sea Rovers means new pics and some new critters (especially like the Ambon Scorpionfish, which needs to be renamed the Pemuteran Scorpionfish).
Thanks to the SubSea macro lens I can get closer to me little friends. Look for more on Facebook where you can find out what the Brethren are up to.
Michael & Karin return to the Brethren for more dive exploits. Below is some of Michael’s photo’s which the Captain touched up and uploaded for the rest of the brethren to enjoy.