Aeolidia papillosa (Linnaeus, 1761)1 March , 2011.
Portencross Pier, Firth of Clyde on the west coast.
This group of animals 50 - 25 mm with spawn was the largest aggregation on the pier legs. Many other animals singly and in small groups were found on other legs between 6 - 3 m. Water temperature 6°C.
Sony NEX-5 in Nauticam housing, 18-55mm lens and 2 x Inon D-2000 flashes.
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