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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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To quantify the abundance of nudibranchs and other sea slugs we conducted timed counts in the low intertidal zone at 28 sites from Los Angeles County, California to Coos County, Oregon (Fig.
Turn a biscuit into a nudibranch using all sorts of colourful icing and make a designer outfit for a Nudibranch.
Adults of four species of nudibranchs: Polycera aurantiomarginata, Polycera quadrilineata, Berghia columbina and Berghia verrucicornis were collected by hand from the same intertidal area of El Portil, located in the estuary area of the river Piedras (Huelva, SW Spain) (37[degrees]12'40"N, 7[degrees]7'50"W) (Fig.
Trapania rudmani, a new dorid nudibranch (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia) from New Zealand.
Chemical defence and evolutionary ecology of dorid nudibranchs and some other opisthobranch gastropods.
Flabellina iodinea nudibranchs were collected at a depth of about 4 m from Goleta Bay, California (34[degrees]24.854' N 119[degrees]49.711' W).
The exhibition also features illustrations of nudibranchs, or sea slugs, by Alder & Hancock, courtesy of the Natural History Society of Northumbria.
Influence of solar radiation, microalgal fouling, and current on deposition site and survival of embryos of a dorid nudibranch gastropod.
Defensive roles for secondary metabolites from marine sponges aod sponge-feeding nudibranchs. Toxicon, 32(6): 639-655.
By contrast, structural defenses tend to develop slowly in response to parasite challenge in nudibranchs, barnacles, bryozoans, and other aquatic invertebrates (Harvell, 1990).
The four species of nudibranchs known to bypass a free-living larval stage and hatch as juveniles all belong to a single family, the Dendrodorididae (Goddard, 2005).
Although these data cannot be extrapolated to other groups of opistho-branchs, and some of the most conspicuously colored groups (such as chromodorid nudibranchs) could have achieved rapid diversification because of aposematic coloration defense strategies (Johnson and Gosliner, 2012), the present paper points out the need for caution in making broad generali7ations about the biological and evolutionary role of color in opisthobranchs and other marine organisms.
He discovered 31 new species of nudibranchs ( or sea slugs.
Randall Rothenberg, president and CEO of the IAB, likes to take photographs of sharks, blennies and nudibranchs on coral reefs with his Olympus EM-1 camera in a Nauticam housing.