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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
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The names i have given my examples below may well be out of date (or even wrong) by the time i finish writing this page, do not use my names as a given.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
|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.|
|Ceratosoma (Miamirinae) I show more examples due to the visible diversity|
|Ceratosoma gracillimum = Has no distinct edge between head and lobes.|
|Ceratosoma tenue = Has two distinct lobes.|
|Ceratosoma trilobatum = Has a distinct continous edge / line around the Mantle.|
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