Butterflies of the Seas
A big part of my work is dedicated to sea slugs and flatworms, the butterflies of the seas.
What do butterflies and slugs have in common? Well on land, not much. But take a trip underwater with us into sandy bays or rocky coastlines, mudflats and coral reefs and you will be amazed at the delicate beauty of the over 3.000 species of sea slugs already discovered. Found in every color of the rainbow, sea slugs have names that match their looks. Imagine what the Spanish Dancer, the Persian Carpet Flatworm, the Funeral Jorunna, the Much-Desired Flabellina or Rose Petal Bubble must look like? Sea slugs even seem to flutter as ocean currents sweep over their soft, fragile bodies.