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All photo's by Dave & Janet Morgan
Janet finds the Nudibranch's, i just pull the trigger.
This is page 2 of 22 of  Nudibranch's and was updated on the 07 January 2022

The Nudibranch's on this page are from Anilao, Tulamben, Dauin, Kapali, Lembeh, Lankayan, Mabul, Manado, Peurto Galera, and Wakatobi.
I have named the species shown in the photograph's mostly from the book's of
Dr Terrence M. Gosliner, Angel Valdes and David W. Behrens. In particular their book's "Nudibranch & Sea Slug Identification" known as "NSSI". Where i cannot find a species name i have used my own reference ie sp. A B or C etc
The photo's with Ref: sp. 1 2 or 3 etc refer to names given in "NSSI".
Names of Nudibranch's do on occasion change as scientists learn more about them.
The names i have given my examples below may well be out of date (or even wrong) by the time i finish writing this page, do not use my names as a given. Please check with "WoRMS" on the link below.
http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php to look for the most up to date names.

The letter and numbers on each photo refer to Place name and year and the file number. A=Anilao, B=Bali, D=Dauin, K=Kapalai, L=Lembeh, LA=Lankayan,
M=Mabul, MA=Manado, P=Peurto Galera, S=Seaventures, W=Wakatobi

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Our thank's to Marshall Davidson in Sabah who introduced us to Nudibranch's and to Ramil Ochea in Anilao, Philippines for diving with us and keeping us safe.
Babakina   (Babakinidae)
Babakina indopacifica    
Baeolidia   (Aeolidiidae)
Baeolidia moebii
Baeolidia salaamica      
Berthella   (Pleurobranchidae)
Berthella martensi
Berthella postrema      
Berthella delicata
Berthellina sp.A        
Biuve   (Aglajidae)
Biuve fulvipunctata        
Bulbaeolidia   (Aeolidiidae)
Bulbaeolidia alba      
Cabangus   (Dendronotidae)
Cabangus regius      
Cadlinella   (Cadlinellidae)
Cadlinella ornatissima
Caloria   (Facelinidae)
Caloria indica
Caloria sp.4
Carminodoris   (Discodorididae)
Carminodoris flammea    
Carminodoris flammea
Ceratosoma   (Miamirinae)   I show more examples due to the visible diversity
Ceratosoma bicolor        
Ceratosoma gracillimum = Has no distinct edge between head and lobes.
Ceratosoma gracillimum  
Ceratosoma tenue = Has two distinct lobes.
Ceratosoma trilobatum = Has a distinct continous edge / line around the Mantle.
Ceratosoma trilobatum
Cerberilla   (Aeolidiidae)
Cerberilla affinis    
Cerberilla albopunctata        
Chelidonura   (Aglajidae)
Chelidonura amoena
Chelidonura hirundininia
Chelidonura varians      
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