Red Triangle Slug (Triboniophorus graeffei)
The red triangle slug is a type of leaf-veined slug. This slug in particular is the biggest species of slug in Australia and can reach lengths of nearly six inches. It feeds on algae and mold and produces an extremely sticky slime when threatened. This extra sticky slime can glue predators down for days!
These slugs are also notable for being highly polymorphic, meaning that they can come in many different colors. Some are totally cream-colored, others are cream with a reddish fringe. Still others may be a bright shade of yellow, red, or even dark grey instead of the typical cream color.
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