Nudibranchs - Sunshine Coast etc. / 5790b
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Godiva quadricolor (Barnard, 1927)
Location: Pumicestone Passage mouth, Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, Queensland Australia
Size: 34-58 mm
Depth: 6 m
Temperature: 22 C
FAMILY: Facelinidae
pink orange blue
New Record for eastern Australia
Photographs by Gary Cobb and David Mullins - Copyright 2003-2018

Below: 25 mm animal found at la Balsa Park, Mooloolah River 13-12-2016l

Below: a 20 mm long animal found off Caloundra at c-Spot 3

Below: the first animal found on the reef outside the passageway. 18-09-2011 Nudi Retreat

Godiva quadricolor as found on the sand in 4 knot current!

Eating Lomanotus veriformis


Laying egg mass - eggs take 4 days to hatch

Egg mass