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Nudibranch Collection

"Nudibranchs: The Colorful Wonders of the Underwater World" Discover the mesmerizing beauty of nudibranchs

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Janolus cristatus) Vela Luka, Korcula Island, Croatia, Adriatic Sea

Nudibranch (Janolus cristatus) Vela Luka, Korcula Island, Croatia, Adriatic Sea, Mediterranean

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (sea slug) (Chromodoris coil) Unlike most snails, nudibranchs have no shell & their

Nudibranch (sea slug) (Chromodoris coil) Unlike most snails, nudibranchs have no shell & their delicate gills are
AUS-1846 Nudibranch (sea slug) (Chromodoris coil) Unlike most snails, nudibranchs have no shell & their delicate gills are exposed. Without a shell, they rely on toxic chemicals for self-defence

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch - Pink Nudibranchs in a group mating bunch Ternate, Indonesia

Nudibranch - Pink Nudibranchs in a group mating bunch Ternate, Indonesia
VT-8355 Nudibranch - Pink Nudibranchs in a group mating bunch Ternate, Indonesia Chromodoris sp. Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch

Nudibranch (Gymnodoris aurita). Nudibranchs are shell-less marine molluscs that live in seas around the world. Here the external gills (top) can be seen which give the nudibranch its name

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Indonesia, Sulawesi Island, Lembeh Strait. Two Coleman shrimp are commensal with

Indonesia, Sulawesi Island, Lembeh Strait. Two Coleman shrimp are commensal with a Ceratosoma nudibranch

Background imageNudibranch Collection: RF - Composite image of tropical nudibranchs on a black background showing variety

RF - Composite image of tropical nudibranchs on a black background showing variety and abundance of nudibranch species, Indo-Pacific

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Phyllidia marindica), Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia. December

Nudibranch (Phyllidia marindica), Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia. December

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranchs (Doto greenamyeri) newly described species on feather hydroids

Nudibranchs (Doto greenamyeri) newly described species on feather hydroids. Seraya Bay, north coast of Bali, Indonesia. Java Sea

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Fingerprint Flamingo Tongue -Cyphoma signatum- crawling over sponge, Little Tobago

Fingerprint Flamingo Tongue -Cyphoma signatum- crawling over sponge, Little Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Flabellina nobilis) photographed in the field aquarium in Gulen, Norway

Nudibranch (Flabellina nobilis) photographed in the field aquarium in Gulen, Norway. North East Atlantic Ocean

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Glaucus atlanticus, blue sea slug

Glaucus atlanticus, blue sea slug
Ff. 23 Vol 3. Watercolour painting by Sydney Parkinson made during Captain James Cooks first voyage to explore the southern continent 1768-1771

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Common Grey Seaslug (Aeolidia papillosa) adult, in shallow pool beside Snakelocks Anemone

Common Grey Seaslug (Aeolidia papillosa) adult, in shallow pool beside Snakelocks Anemone (Anemonia viridis), Kimmeridge, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset, England, March

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Petaled Nudibranch - The petals which can be realised if disturbed contain a noxious viscous mucus

Petaled Nudibranch - The petals which can be realised if disturbed contain a noxious viscous mucus Great barrier Reef
VT-8357 Petaled Nudibranch - The petals, if disturbed, can release a noxious viscous mucus Great barrier Reef. Australia Cyerce nigricans Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranchs mating

Nudibranchs mating
Nudibranchs (Flabellina verrucosa) mating. Nudibranchs are shell-less marine molluscs that live in seas around the world. They have external gills that give the nudibranch its name

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Blue dragon seaslug (Glaucus atlanticus) with Blue button hydroid colony (Porpita porpita

Blue dragon seaslug (Glaucus atlanticus) with Blue button hydroid colony (Porpita porpita) on which it feeds. Tenerife, Canary Islands. October

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Blue sea slug (Glaucus atlanticus) that was washed ashore with a mass

Blue sea slug (Glaucus atlanticus) that was washed ashore with a mass, multi-day stranding of thousands of Indo-Pacific Portuguese man-of-war (Physalia utriculus)

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Chromodoris willani) with a scale worm. Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

Nudibranch (Chromodoris willani) with a scale worm. Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Commensal emperor shrimp (Periclimenes imperator) hitching a ride on a Nudibranch (Risbecia tryoni)

Commensal emperor shrimp (Periclimenes imperator) hitching a ride on a Nudibranch (Risbecia tryoni). Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranchs (Nembrotha chamberlaini) feeding on Tunicates (sea squirt) on a coral reef

Nudibranchs (Nembrotha chamberlaini) feeding on Tunicates (sea squirt) on a coral reef. Anilao, Batangas, Luzon, Philippines. Verde Island Passages, Tropical West Pacific Ocean

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Hooded nudibranchs (Melibe leonina) filter feeding beneath bull kelp

Hooded nudibranchs (Melibe leonina) filter feeding beneath bull kelp. Hussar Point, Browning Pass, Port Hardy, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Detail of rhinopores and the colour pattern of a toxic Nudibranch (Goniobranchus coi

Detail of rhinopores and the colour pattern of a toxic Nudibranch (Goniobranchus coi) on a coral reef. Ambon Bay, Ambon, Maluku Archipelago, Indonesia. Banda Sea, tropical west Pacific Ocean

Background imageNudibranch Collection: An Aeolid nudibranch on an orange sponge, Papua New Guinea

An Aeolid nudibranch on an orange sponge, Papua New Guinea
An Aeolid nudibranch (Caloria indica) on an orange sponge, Fathers reef, Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Dorid nudibranch (Doriprismatica atromarginata), close up, Triton Bay, West Papua, Indonesia

Dorid nudibranch (Doriprismatica atromarginata), close up, Triton Bay, West Papua, Indonesia, Pacific Ocean

Background imageNudibranch Collection: White and yellow nudibranch (Polycera quadrilineata) feeding on a sea mat

White and yellow nudibranch (Polycera quadrilineata) feeding on a sea mat (Membranipora membranacea). Shetland Islands, Scotland, British Isles. United Kingdom. North East Atlantic Ocean

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Opalescent nudibranchs (Hermissenda crassicornis) and Mushroom compound ascidians

Opalescent nudibranchs (Hermissenda crassicornis) and Mushroom compound ascidians (Distaplia occidentalis). Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, Canada. September

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Hooded nudibranchs (Melibe leonina) with oral hood for catching planktonic prey

Hooded nudibranchs (Melibe leonina) with oral hood for catching planktonic prey. In the Pacific Northwest they are often found clinging to bull kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana)

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Goniobranchus kuniei, formerly in Chromodoris) Lembeh Strait

Nudibranch (Goniobranchus kuniei, formerly in Chromodoris) Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Picture No. 12479193

Picture No. 12479193
Sea Cucumber - Juvenile which mimics a poisonous Date:

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Dendrodoris limbata) Jersey, British Channel Islands, June

Nudibranch (Dendrodoris limbata) Jersey, British Channel Islands, June

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranchs mating (Polycera faeroensis) Sark, British Channel Islands, July

Nudibranchs mating (Polycera faeroensis) Sark, British Channel Islands, July

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Dendronotus frondosus) Isle of Man, July

Nudibranch (Dendronotus frondosus) Isle of Man, July

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Emperor shrimp (Periclemenes imperator) on a nudibranch (Ceratosoma sp. ) Lembeh Strait

Emperor shrimp (Periclemenes imperator) on a nudibranch (Ceratosoma sp. ) Lembeh Strait
Emperor shrimp (Periclemenes imperator) on a nudibranch (Ceratosoma sp.) Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Gold-spotted Chromodorid nudibranch (Chromodoris aureopurpurea, Ninepin Group or Kwo Chau Islands)

Gold-spotted Chromodorid nudibranch (Chromodoris aureopurpurea, Ninepin Group or Kwo Chau Islands)
Gold-spotted Chromodorid nudibranch (Chromodoris aureopurpurea, Ninepin Group or Kwo Chau Islands, Sai Kung District of Hong Kong, China

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Kaloplocamus acutus) Bluff Island, Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark, Hong Kong

Nudibranch (Kaloplocamus acutus) Bluff Island, Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark, Hong Kong, China

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Studio image of multiple Nudibranch species. Gulen, Norway. North East Atlantic Ocean

Studio image of multiple Nudibranch species. Gulen, Norway. North East Atlantic Ocean. Digital composite

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Close up of pattern of the cerata of a nudibranch (Janolus savinkini)

Close up of pattern of the cerata of a nudibranch (Janolus savinkini). Anilao, Batangas, Luzon, Philippines. Verde Island Passages, Tropical West Pacific Ocean

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Goniobranchus geminus) on a coral reef, dorsal view, portrait, Similan Islands

Nudibranch (Goniobranchus geminus) on a coral reef, dorsal view, portrait, Similan Islands, Thailand, Andaman Sea

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Chromodoris annae) on a coral reef, Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, Molucca Sea

Nudibranch (Chromodoris annae) on a coral reef, Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, Molucca Sea

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Pair of Nudibranchs (Flabellina exoptata) just prior to mating

Pair of Nudibranchs (Flabellina exoptata) just prior to mating, the mating apparatus of the one on left is visible, Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, Molucca Sea

Background imageNudibranch Collection: Nudibranch (Phyllidia varicosa) portrait on white background, Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

Nudibranch (Phyllidia varicosa) portrait on white background, Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

Background imageNudibranch Collection: DDE-90037331

DDE-90037331
Close up of nudibranch, or notodoris minor. Date: 01/03/2005

Background imageNudibranch Collection: DDE-90037332

DDE-90037332
Close up of nudibranch, or notodoris minor. Date: 01/03/2005

Background imageNudibranch Collection: DDE-90037314

DDE-90037314
Close up of nudibranch on sponge. Date: 01/03/2005

Background imageNudibranch Collection: DDE-90037313

DDE-90037313
Close up of nudibranch. Date: 01/03/2005

Background imageNudibranch Collection: DDE-90037312

DDE-90037312
Close up of Nudibranch. Date: 01/03/2005

Background imageNudibranch Collection: DDE-90037311

DDE-90037311
Close up of nudibranchs. Date: 01/03/2005

Background imageNudibranch Collection: DDE-90037310

DDE-90037310
Close up of spanish dancer nudibranch, or hexabranchus sanguineus. Date: 01/03/2005

Background imageNudibranch Collection: DDE-90037304

DDE-90037304
Close up of sea squirt and nudibranch. Date: 01/03/2005



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"Nudibranchs: The Colorful Wonders of the Underwater World" Discover the mesmerizing beauty of nudibranchs, fascinating sea slugs found in various corners of our planet's oceans. From the crystal-clear waters surrounding Vela Luka on Korcula Island, Croatia to the vibrant Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia, these unique creatures captivate with their striking appearances and intriguing behaviors. Unlike most snails, nudibranchs have shed their shells, leaving their delicate gills exposed. To compensate for this vulnerability, they rely on toxic chemicals for self-defense. In Lembeh Strait, Sulawesi Island and North Sulawesi in Indonesia, we witness nudibranch species such as Janolus cristatus and Phyllidia marindica showcasing their vibrant colors while coexisting with other marine organisms like Coleman shrimp. In Ternate and Little Tobago islands in Indonesia and Trinidad and Tobago respectively, we encounter pink nudibranchs engaging in group mating rituals or crawling over sponges alongside fingerprint flamingo tongues. These interactions highlight both the diversity and interconnectedness within marine ecosystems. One cannot overlook Glaucus atlanticus - a blue sea slug that gracefully glides through ocean currents. Its ethereal appearance is a testament to nature's artistry. The Petaled Nudibranch found at the Great Barrier Reef showcases its defense mechanism by releasing noxious mucus when disturbed – an ingenious adaptation against potential predators. Nudibranchs also engage in intricate mating rituals that are both beautiful and vital for their survival. Witnessing these intimate moments reminds us of nature's ceaseless cycle of life. Whether it be newly discovered species like Doto greenamyeri or familiar ones like Aeolidia papillosa beside Snakelocks Anemone (Anemonia viridis), each nudibranch holds its own story waiting to be unraveled beneath the waves.