Dorid Nudibranchs

Dorid Nudibranchs

  • Dorids (clades Anthobranchia, Doridacea, Doridoidea)
  • recognised by branchial (gill) plume
  • It forms a cluster on the posterior of the body
  • They breathe with the branchial plume, which projects from their anus
  • Fringes on the mantle do not contain any intestines

 

Family:    Chromodorididae

Chromodoris alternata

Chromodoris alternata

 

Goniobranchus epicurius

Goniobranchus epicurius

Goniobranchus epicurius

Discodoris Paroa

Discodoris paroa

 

Family: Polyceridae

Tambja dracomus    (Willan & Y.-W. Chang, 2017)

Tambja dracomus

 

Tambja verconis     (Basedow & Hedley, 1905)

Tambja verconis

Gymodoris alba

Gymnodoris alba

 

 

Polycera hedgpathi    (Er. Marcus, 1964)

Polycera hedgpethi

 

 

 

Kaloplocamus ramosus (Cantraine,1835)

Kaloplocamus ramosus

Photo by Paul Sorensen

Kaloplocamus ramosus

Photo by Paul Sorensen