Blue Nudibranch Bead
Your purchase will support marine research and conservation, as 7SEAS donates 10% of its sales to The Manta Trust charity.
Sterling Silver Blue Nudibranch Bead with Enamel
Blue Nudibranch Bead is a stunning piece of jewelry that is perfect for ocean lovers, scuba divers, marine biologists, and underwater photographers. Made from sterling silver, this bead is covered with a beautiful blue enamel that gives it a sleek and shiny finish. The realistic depiction of the Chromodoris Willani (a type of sea slug also known as a nudibranch) is sure to catch the eye of anyone who loves the ocean.
Not only is this bead a great accessory for your own collection, but it also makes a fantastic gift for your significant other, kids, or anyone else who loves the ocean. This bead is compatible with all major brand bracelets, including Pandora, Trollbeads, Chamilia, Biagi, and many more, so you can easily add it to your existing jewelry collection.
In addition to being a great fashion accessory, the Blue Nudibranch Bead also supports marine conservation. The shop that sells this bead donates 10% of its revenue to the Manta Trust, an organization dedicated to protecting these magnificent creatures and their habitats.
Fun fact about the nudibranch: These sea slugs come in a wide variety of colors and patterns, and they use their bright hues as a warning to predators that they are toxic.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to own a piece of jewelry that not only looks great, but also supports a great cause. Order your Blue Nudibranch Bead today and show off your love for the ocean and marine conservation!
Materials: 925 Sterling silver, Enamel
Size: 15.5x6.8x10.9 mm, hole size - 4.5 mm
Chromodoris Willani, also known as the Willan’s Chromodoris, is a species of colorful sea slug found in the Pacific and Indian Oceans. These small creatures, also known as nudibranchs, are known for their vibrant coloration and unique characteristics. Nudibranchs are a type of sea slug that have a unique, gill-like structure located on their back called a dorsal mantle. This mantle is used for breathing and is one of the many unique characteristics that sets nudibranchs apart from other marine creatures.
One of the most striking features of Chromodoris Willani is its coloration. These sea slugs are typically bright orange or yellow in color, with a series of blue and white stripes running down their backs. This coloration is not only beautiful to look at, but it also serves as a warning to predators that the sea slug is toxic and should not be eaten. The bright coloration of Chromodoris Willani is a prime example of how evolution and natural selection can create truly stunning creatures.
Chromodoris Willani is a herbivore, feeding primarily on sponges and other soft coral. Despite its small size, it can consume large amounts of food, thanks to its highly efficient digestive system. This allows it to survive and thrive in its coral reef habitat, where competition for food can be fierce.
Chromodoris Willani has a unique reproductive strategy, in which the sea slugs release their eggs and sperm into the water, where fertilization takes place. The eggs then hatch into planktonic larvae, which eventually settle on the sea floor and begin their lives as adult sea slugs. This method of reproduction allows Chromodoris Willani to spread to new areas and colonize new habitats, increasing their chances of survival.