nudi i.d.


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I think you got excellent help on your other thread. Try checking your zoos at night, then you can see what they are eating. Generally nudis have the ability to 'mimic' or blend in with what they are eating. I also saw mine on the glass, I assumed they may be there to lay eggs, but never did know for sure.

Here's what my zoo eating nudi looked like


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It could also be a saccoglossan, one of the sap-sucking slugs that lives on algae, or an aeolid that doesn't feed on zoos. We really need a picture of Jesse's animal!