sea slug

Aeolid Nudibranchs_copyright Siena McKim

New Undescribed Nudibranchs! Two New-to-Science Sea Slugs Recently Spotted on the California Coast.

A San Diego Dorid in eelgrass.

Field Updates January 2021: Wildlife, Rainfall, and Flow Monitoring

Polycera atra (top) and Polycera hedgpethi on Bugula brozoan prey San Luis Obispo County, California

Sea Slugs on the Move: Bent on World Domination, or Opportunistic Travel Bums?

Catch Up On Morro Bay Estuary Wildlife Blog Series

A Limacia cockerelli nudibranch from the front. It is white with orange-tipped cerata.

The Perfect Social Distancing Activity: Early Morning Tidepooling for Nudibranchs in San Luis Obispo County

Cerberilla pungoarena in Morro Bay. Copyright passiflora4, Laura Schachterle and Thomas Hintz.

Rare Nudibranch! Two Citizen Scientists find Cerberilla pungoarena in the Morro Bay Estuary

Morro Bay estuary with bat ray pits, Morro Bay National Estuary Program

Updates from the Field, December 2019: wildlife, staff changes, and restoration

Triopha Maculata Sun Salutation, photographed in Santa Cruz, CA by Robin Agarwal

Sea Clowning Around: Triopha maculata and Triopha catalinae, by Robin Agarwal

Acanthodoris lutea nudibranch smells like citrus or cedar

A Sea Slug by Any Other Name, Guest Post by Robin Agarwal

Sea Slug of the Month – Yellow Blobs of Awesomeness, Guest Post by Robin Agarwal