sealord : Photo Keywords : british marine life : This image shows a deposit of eggs of the nudibranch Aeolidia papillosa.
Two adult Aeolidia papillosa nudibranchs were seen in the proximity of two deposits of Aeolidia papillosa eggs on the upper shore near the Guernsey end of the Lihou Island causeway on 9 May 2009. Aeolidia papillosa is the largest nudibranch that regularly visits the Guernsey inter-tidal area. It feeds on anemones, particularly beadlet anemones and snakelock anemones, which are both common on the Guernsey shore.
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