Perhaps surprisingly, Coryphella polaris is a mollusk that belongs to the order of nudibranchs, the sea slugs we’ve encountered a few of today. Although nudibranchs often have a more stretched-out, slug-like appearance, this little chap seems to have a penchant for more of a spiral pose. A truly stunning capture! Is this Coryphella polaris doing its morning gymnastics, perhaps?
Black And Gold Sapsucking Slug - Like so many other varieties of slugs, this particular species is often overlooked by divers because of its diminutive size. As the name suggests, it uses a very sharp tongue-like organ called a radula for feeding, sucking the sap out of seaweed.