Coryphella Nudibranch
Coryphella rufibranchialis

1/60 s @ f22, ASA 25, Kodachrome 25, Nikonos II w 28 mm lens and 1:2 extension tube, Ikelite flash w aluminum flash reflector

"Coryphella rufibranchialis," Field Book of Seashore Life, Roy Waldo Miner. This nudibranch has a slender, tapering body of almost transucent white, with a median opaque white line running lengthwise along the back. The cerata are arranged in six or seven clusters, each consisting of two to six rows of four cerata in each row. The length of this species is about 1 inch. Northwest Atlantic.
Narragansett Bay, Narragansett, Rhode Island