Description: Colorful mollusk without a shell. Most species absorb oxygen through unusual appendages, called cerata, that grow from their back. Body translucent white with cerata tipped by orange.Two white smell sensing rhinophores extend from the head. Found in eelgrass beds, and rocky beaches. Look for this animal on the undersides of older Moon Snail sand collars. Length up to 2 inches.
Reproduction: Most are hermaphrodites; having both male and female reproductive organs. Eggs are deposited in ribbon-like clusters.