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.
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.