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Sea Lemon Wildlife Conservation Pin
Sea Lemon Wildlife Conservation Pin
Sea Lemon Wildlife Conservation Pin
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Sea Lemon Wildlife Conservation Pin

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Sea Lemon Nudibranch Hard Enamel Pin

'Sea Lemon' is a common name that can refer to a number of medium to large sized dorid nudibranch species. Two that are commonly referred to as 'Sea Lemons' on the West coast of North America include Peltodoris nobilis (Pacific Sea Lemon) and Doris montereyensis (Monterey Sea Lemon).

25% of profits from this pin support KX Coastal Guardian Watchmen

The Coastal Guardian Watchmen Program is a network of locally driven stewardship teams across the Great Bear Rainforest & Haida Gwaii. This pin supports the Kitasoo/Xai'xais team. Guardian Watchmen are the 'eyes & ears' of their community. They uphold and enforce traditional & contemporary Indigenous laws, and play a critical role in all aspects of stewardship for Coastal First Nations - ensuring resources are sustainably managed, rules & regulations are followed, and land & marine use agreements are implemented effectively. See more at https://klemtu.com/stewardship/ 

Pin Dimensions & Specs:

  • 0.9 inches
  • Hard enamel, gold-colored metal
  • Single pinback with rubber clutch

Handmade by Alena Ebeling-Schuld from the Owl and Bear Studio

Since we both love Nudibranchs and their ocean home, my orders are shipped to you using plastic-free, recycle-able materials from Edmonds, WA. Please reuse the materials you get or recycle them! Thank you :)

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Tami Griffis
Cute as can be!

I love this adorable well made pin. It’s the only nudi I’ve found on my own while tidepooling so far. Maybe I’ll reward myself with another pin when I find a new to me nudibranch.

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Rumer Opie
LOVE

Soo soo cute!
My first nudi I found a couple years ago!
I also work along side the coastal guardians and they are amazing!