Last weekend when doing a shore dive off Grand Anse Beach with first time junior PADI scuba diver and his mom we found some amazing nudribranchs in the seagrass in front of the dive centre. A little photo crazy because of the colours and the number of them around but we found eggs, mating pairs and individuals. Really stunning colours, it is really amazing what nature can design. Happy Earth Day 2015!
These guys are in the Chelidonura family with a common name of “Leech aglaja”. They prefer shallow sandy areas and feed on flatworms. Seagrass beds in front of Coyaba beach Resort seem to be there happy place.