• Feb 1, 2024 from 10:00 to 11:30
  • Location: OLLI at FAU, 777 Glades Rd. Bldg. CEH 31D, Boca Raton, Fl 33431 561-297-3185 olliboca.fau.edu
  • Latest Activity: Jan 11

Through a carefully curated blend of visuals, storytelling, and insightful explanations, attendees will embark on a fascinating under-sea exploration of the vibrant colors, patterns, and diverse adaptations exhibited by South Florida's underwater butterfly, the nudibranch. This whimsical journey combines the realms of biology, photography, local adventure, and conservation to highlight the remarkable features and ecological significance of these mesmerizing little creatures. Participants will gain a deeper appreciation for the intricate beauty of South Florida's nudibranchs while learning of their importance in marine ecosystems as a bioindicator. The presentation also unveils the fascinating role of biochemistry in the nudibranchs' vibrant displays and unique diets. With vivid visuals and captivating anecdotes, participants will be immersed in the enchanting world of nudibranchs, leaving them inspired to protect and conserve their local waters so these delicate creatures can continue for future generations of humans. Space is limited.

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