nudibranch


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nudibranch

a member of the order Nudibranchia, gasteropod molluscs which lack a shell.
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Miller, "Larval period and its influence on post-larval life history: comparison of lecithotrophy and facultative plankotrophy in the aeolid nudibranch Phestilla sibogae," Marine Biology, vol.
Bernard Picton, of the National Museums Northern Ireland, explained: "One nudibranch faces one way and one faces the other way, with the right hand side of their bodies touching." The creatures, in the Pacific, then lock together, with each one using both their male and female organs in the mating session.
Janolus rebeccae, a new species of arminacean nudibranch from northern Chile.
Discover all about Nudibranchs ( beautiful sea slugs, in this special exhibition.
His journals, which comprise two diaries and one volume of hand-written scientific descriptions of nudibranch mollusks, together with Ito's preliminary sketches for each, are on file in the library of the Division of Mollusks.
Chemical defenses of three Glossodoris nudibranchs and their dietary Hyrtios sponges.
Planktotrophy by the lecithotrophic larvae of a nudibranch, Phestilla sibogae (Gastropoda).
Winners for the Nudibranch category were Turkey's Cem Gazivekili (1st place), SongdaCai (2nd place) from China, and HakanBasar (3rd place), also from Turkey.
We include species rarely observed or mainly subtidal in distribution, two undescribed species, and document a new example of rare direct development in a nudibranch from the northeast Pacific Ocean.
Distribution and radular morphology of various nudibranchs (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia) from the Gulf of California, Mexico.
The conspicuous nudibranch Polycera quadrilineata: aposematic coloration and individual selection.
Fine structural study of the statocysts in the veliger larva of the nudibranch. Rostanga pulchra.