Purple-Tipped Janolus (Janolus savinkini) - Marine Life - Liveaboard Diving

Purple-Tipped Janolus

Purple-Tipped Janolus (Janolus savinkini), seen here in juvenile form, occurs in the Coral Triangle and parts of the Western Pacific. It is a yellow/orange colour, but the tips of its cerata are purple/blue.

Purple-Tipped Janolus
Purple-Tipped Janolus
Credit: Pablo Mallegol Dahlgren
Purple-Tipped Janolus Janolus savinkini
Scientific Rank
Mollusca (Mollusks / Molluscs)
Order: Nudibranchia (Nudibranchs)
Family: Janolidae (Janolidae)
Genus: Janolus (Janolus)
Species: Janolus savinkini
Average Size: 6 centimetres

Purple-Tipped Janolus - Where Can You Find Them When Scuba diving?


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