opisthobranch


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opisthobranch

any member of the molluscan subclass Opisthobranchia -marine forms mainly lacking shells, such as sea slugs.
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Population dynamics of the sea slug Plakobranchus ocellatus (Opisthobranch: Sacoglossa: Elysioidea) on a subtropical coral reef off Okinawa-jima Island, Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan.
Feeding behaviour in larvae of the opisthobranch Philine aperta I.
The complete mitochondrial genome of the nudibranch Roboastra europaea (Mollusca: Gastropoda) supports the monophyly of opisthobranchs. Mol.
Chemical defense and evolutionary ecology of dorid nudibranchs and some other opisthobranch gastropods.
Anatomy of an invasion: systematics and distribution of the introduced opisthobranch snail, Haminoea japonica Pilsbry, 1895 (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia: Haminoeidae).
Alarm pheromones from the marine opisthobranch, Navanax inermis.
Strathmann and Leise (1979) did not observe metatrochal arrests during prototrochal beat for larvae of a caenogastropod, an opisthobranch gastropod, and a bivalve.
Poecilogony in an estuarine opisthobranch: planktotrophy, lecithotrophy, and mixed clutches in a population of the ascoglossan Alderia modesta.
New distributional records for opisthobranch mollusks from the Golfo de California, Mexico.
platei), five had a wide geographic distribution and one opisthobranch could not be identified to the species level.
Gavagnin, "Marine opisthobranch molluscs: chemistry and ecology in sacoglossans and dorids," Current Organic Chemistry, vol.