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Aplysia argus

Spotted Seahare

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Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Broulee Island Nature Reserve - 22 Feb 2020 by HelenR Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 26 Jul 2019 by HelenR Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 18 Jul 2019 by HelenR Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 5 Mar 2019 by HelenR Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 16 Jan 2019 by PhilBLynB Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 14 Jan 2019 by HelenR Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Jervis Bay Marine Park - 30 Jun 2018 by Emm Crane Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 30 May 2018 by HelenR Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 21 Jan 2018 by HelenR
Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Broulee Island Nature Reserve - 22 Feb 2020 by HelenR
Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 26 Jul 2019 by HelenR
Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 18 Jul 2019 by HelenR
Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 5 Mar 2019 by HelenR
Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 16 Jan 2019 by PhilBLynB
Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 14 Jan 2019 by HelenR
Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Jervis Bay Marine Park - 30 Jun 2018 by Emm Crane
Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 30 May 2018 by HelenR
Aplysia argus (Spotted Seahare) at Batemans Marine Park - 21 Jan 2018 by HelenR

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photo by Liz Allen

Species information

  • Aplysia argus Scientific name
  • Spotted Seahare Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • 5.509218612818262m Recorded at altitude

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