Sea Slug - Phyllodesmium serratum
Phyllodesmium serratum (Nudibranchia - Facelinidae) is a colorful species of sea slug known from Japan, Philippines and Australia, whose color is dependent on the color of the food it is eating.
As seen in the photo, it has branched digestive glands that ramify into the cerata and dorsal surface of the body.
Although one of the most interesting adaptations found in this genus is the widespread participation in a symbiotic relationship with photosynthetic dinoflagellates (zooxanthellae), P. serratum does not have such a relationship, and is unusual in feeding on a wide variety of octocorals.
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Photo credit: ©Klaus Stiefel (CC BY-NC 2.0) | Locality: Kurnell, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (2013)
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