Fjordia browni (Picton, 1980)

June 1995.

Ardtornish Bay in the Sound of Mull on the west coast.
Feeding on Tubularia indivisa hydroid. The bay is generally 14 metres deep with isolated low lying rock outcrops which are covered in hydroids and at the appropriate time of the year, these animals can be found in large numbers feeding and spawning.

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