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Aeolid Nudibranchs (Cladeobranchia)
- have many cerata spread over their back which are used for defense as well as respiration
- They lack a mantle
- Some host zooxanthellae
All these have been taken in Victorian waters and can be found looking in rockpools, snorkelling or scuba diving.
Photo by Paul Sorensen
Phyllodesmium serratum (Baba, 1949)
Dermatobranchus rubidus (Gould, 1852)
Doto pita (Er. Marcus, 1955)
Pteraeolidia semperi (Bergh, 1870)
Samla bicolor (Kelaart, 1858)