Nudibranchia


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Synonyms for Nudibranchia

comprising numerous marine gastropod mollusks lacking a shell in the adult state and usually having a body like a slug

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The early veliger larvae of Aegires albopunctatus (Nudibranchia: Notodorididae), with morphological comparisons to members of the Notaspidea.
Phylum Mollusca Class Gastropoda Order Nudibranchia Family Chromodorididae
Taxonomic status of Tambja abdere and Tambja fitsca based on morphological and molecular evidence, with comments on the phylogeny of the subfamily Nembrothinae (Nudibranchia: Polyceri-dae).
Systematic revision of Jorunna Bergh, 1876 (Nudibranchia: Discodorididae) with a morphological phylogenetic analysis.
A new species of Crosslandia (Nudibranchia: Dendronotacea) from the Gulf of California.
Partial characterization and biological activity of a metamorphic inducer of the dorid nudibranch Adalaria proxima (Gastropoda: Nudibranchia).
The role of choline in metamorphic induction of Phestilla (Gastropoda, Nudibranchia).
A new species of Trapania (Nudibranchia: Goniodorididae) from the Pacific coast of Central America.
The tropical Indo-Pacific nudibranch Phestilla sibogae Bergh 1905 (Gastropoda, Opisthobran-chia, Nudibranchia) has served as a model organism for studying metamorphosis in gastropod species (e.g., Bonar and Hadfield, 1974; Hadfield and Pennington, 1990; Miller and Hadfield, 1990; Pires et al., 1997; Hadfield et al., 2000; Bishop et al., 2008).
The yellow-spot disease of Tritonia diomedea Bergh, 1894 (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Nudibranchia): encapsulation of the thraustochytriaceous parasite by host amoebocytes.
Key words: Mollusca, Opisthobranchia, Nudibranchia, Goniodorididae, Trapania, Costa Rica, Panama, Pacific Ocean.
The yellow spot disease of Tritonia diomedea Bergh, 1894 (Mollusca: Gastropoda; Nudibranchia): encapsulation of the Traustochytreaceous parasite by host amoebocytes.
Anatomical and taxonomical review of four blue patterned species of Hypselodoris (Nudibranchia: Chromodorididae) from Japan.