rhinophore


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rhinophore

a nasal cannula to facilitate breathing.
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A pink spot extends from behind the rhinophores to the anterior part of the cardiac area.
costacubensis has a cream body with a longitudinal white line, rhinophores with papillae on the bases, and lamellae in the distal part of the rhinophores.
The rhinophores are smooth basally and perfoliate distally with about 13 complete or incomplete transverse lamellae.
The axis of the rhinophores and the rachis of the branchial leaves are conical.
The rhinophores are white with some little red spots.
At least one neurite innervated the dorso-posterior region of the head-foot complex, and a second neurite innervated the dorsal epithelium that composed the rhinophores.
A similar condition is present in notaspids and nudibranchs, where cerebro-pleural axons pass through the rhinophoral ganglia and into the rhinophores (Moroz et al.
Odours detected by rhinophores mediate orientation to flow in the nudibranch mollusc, Tritonia diomedea.
While the slugs without shells are able to attack Cnidaria and devour their tentacles--indeed, even those of a Portuguese-man-of-war siphonophore (Thompson and Bennett, 1969)--they also elegantly creep, move, bend, and swim with a flexible skin, waving their rhinophores and cerata on contact with their prey's tentacles.
They are characterized by a single, external ctenidium on the right side, rolled rhinophores, and a flattened shell (Willan, 1983; Schmekel, 1985; Willan, 1987).
Buds of the rhinophores were present on the anterior velar field (Fig.