Glaucus atlanticus Forster, 1777 Location: Mudjimba Beach, Sunshine Coast, Queensland Australia Size: 35-40 mm Depth: on beach tide line Temperature: 26 C ORDER: NUDIBRANCHIA FAMILY: Glaucidae blue silver
blue angel sea slug (also known as blue dragon sea slug), eats poisonous portuguese man o' war tentacles concentrates the venom for it's own use, & becomes more deadly than it's victim. these are dangerous.
Glaucus atlanticus (commonly known as the sea swallow, blue angel, blue glaucus, blue dragon, blue sea slug and blue ocean slug). This little sea slug eats poisonous jellyfish and stores their venom for its personal use
The blue dragon mollusk was recently spotted off the coast in Australia a rare sighting indeed. They are a curious creature indeed as they spend their entire lives upside down gripping to the surface of the water camouflaging nic
Behold the Blue Sea Slug (a. Blue Ocean Slug, Sea Lizard, Blue Glaucus, Sea Swallow, Sea Dragon) -- a nudibranch sea slug with nematocysts (stinging cells) at the end of its tendrils. It is an apex predator that eats the Portuguese Man O'War.