Postcard from the Reef – Gold Lace

Endemic to the Hawaiian Islands the Gold Lace Nudibranch is common, very common. I find these critters nearly every time I poke my head into a cave along the Kohala coast. I was thrilled when I found my first one, but now? Still a pretty animal and worth an exposure or two.

Gold Lace Nudibranch
A Gold Lace Nudibranch (Halgerda terramtuentis) in a cave at 40ft depth, Malae Point

Author: Andrew

An electrical engineer, amateur astronomer, and diver, living and working on the island of Hawaiʻi.

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