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Spanish dancer - hexabranchus sanguineus in Carabao island, Philippines This huge nudibranch is commonly called "spanish dancer" after its color and the way it moves in the water when it wants to swin, it looks like it is dancing with this beautiful red dress. Carabao,Geotagged,Hexabranchus sanguineus,Philippines,Spanish dancer,Spring,carabao,dive,diving,macro,nudibranch,red,romblon,underwater Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Spanish dancer - hexabranchus sanguineus in Carabao island, Philippines

This huge nudibranch is commonly called "spanish dancer" after its color and the way it moves in the water when it wants to swin, it looks like it is dancing with this beautiful red dress.

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  1. Excellent, stunning details! Posted 8 months ago
    1. Thanks! Posted 7 months ago
  2. Hey, did you use housing to tg-5 and some lens attachment or just the camera? Posted 7 months ago
    1. Hey! I use a Ikelite housing, no strobe, no extra lens. This was shot in "A" mode. Posted 7 months ago

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The Spanish dancer, scientific name ''Hexabranchus sanguineus'' , is a dorid nudibranch, a very large and colorful sea slug, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Hexabranchidae.

Similar species: Sea Slugs
Species identified by Vibrations
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Uploaded May 20, 2020. Captured Mar 21, 2020 11:28 in Oceans Edge Resort San Jose Inihawan, San Jose, Romblon, Philippines.
  • TG-5
  • f/11.0
  • 1/125s
  • ISO400
  • 7.34mm