Navanax inermis

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Navanax inermis

Post by Hero on October 31st 2009, 4:21 pm

Here is N. inermis. They frequent rocky and sandy temperate regions. They are Opisthobranchs and are large carnivores that eat bubble shells and other sea slugs/nudibranchs. They secret a stick substance when threatened and also have a slime trail that is more easily seen on sand shores.

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