sea hare

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Synonyms for sea hare

naked marine gastropod having a soft body with reduced internal shell and two pairs of ear-like tentacles

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Willows, "Defense in sea hares (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia, Anaspidea): multiple layers of protection from egg to adult," Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology, vol.
Interspecific variation in chemical defenses in the sea hares (Opisthobranchia: Anaspidea).
1962, or -] 1.1 (10) CASIZ 182713 60.9 [+ 1 4.5 or -] 0.9 (10) 59.6 [+ 1 -- or -] 2.1 (9) -- l -- Anaspidea Aplrsia raccaria Winkler, -- >50 19+ 1955, CASIZ 189306 Nudipleura: Pleurobranchidae Berthella strongi 89.3 [+ 1 16 (MacFarland, 1966), or -] 0.8 (10) CASIZ 182722 -- 1 -- Nudipleura: Doridina * Acanthodoris lutea 69.5 [+ 1 8 MacFarland, 1925 or -] 1.1 (10) * Anctda lentiginosa <60 1-2 10 Farmer in Farmer & Sloan, 1964, CASIZ 182719 * Atagema alba 156.6 [+ 1 >>14 (O'Donoghue, 1927), or -] 1.7 (3) CASIZ 186493 Doriopsilla albopunctata -- 1-3 -- (Cooper, 1863) * Doris pickensi Marcus & 77.2 [+ 1 13 Marcus, 1967, or -] 1.2 (10) CASIZ 189305 * Felintare californiensis [approximately -- >7.
Species Location COl-trnV-16S 18S rRNA rRNA HETEROBRANCHIA LOWER HETEROBRANCHIA Acteonoidea Micromelo undata - AY345014 DQ093443 OPISTHOBRANCHIA Cephalaspidea Philine aperta - AY345016 DQ093438 Umbraculoidea Tylodina perversa - AY345024 AY427496 Anaspidea Aplysia californica - AY569552 AY039804 Nudipleura Bathyberthella - AY345027 AF249219 antarctica Acochlidiacea Unela glandulifera - EF489328 AY427517 PYRAMIDELLOIDEA Turbonilla sp.
the opisthobranch orders Cephalaspidea and Anaspidea have figured prominently in classical and more recent studies on hermaphrodite mating strategies (Leonard and Lukowiak, 1984; Angeloni and Bradbury, 1999; Angeloni et al., 2003; Anthes and Michiels.
Interspecific variation in chemical defense in the sea hare (Opisthobranchia: Anaspidea).
Larval development of Phyllaplysia taylori DALL, with a discussion of development in the Anaspidea (Opisthobranchia: Anaspidea).