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Discodoris branneri


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Discodoris evelinae-Montereina branneri 2014,,Copyright Dr. Alicia Hermosillo

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lexID:
8753 
AphiaID:
532745 
Scientific:
Discodoris branneri 
German:
Sternschnecke 
English:
Nudibranch 
Category:
Ślimaki nagoskrzelne 
Family tree:
Animalia (Kingdom) > Mollusca (Phylum) > Gastropoda (Class) > Nudibranchia (Order) > Discodorididae (Family) > Discodoris (Genus) > branneri (Species) 
Initial determination:
MacFarland, 1909 
Occurrence:
USA, Florida, Columbia, Jamaica, West-Atlantic Ocean, Panama, Costa Rica, the Caribbean, India, Brazylia, Zatoka Meksykańska 
Size:
1.2 cm - 11 cm 
Temperature:
20°C - 25°C 
Food:
gąbki, specjalista pokarmowy! 
Difficulty:
Not suitable for home aquaria! 
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Meerwasser-Lexikon.de
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Last edit:
2015-09-17 19:47:01 

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Discodoris branneri MacFarland, 1909

The body colour can be rose-orange,brown or greenish, or brown with darker brown spots.Juvenile Discodoris branneri are lighter coloured than adult sea slugs. Juvenile still have the two characteristic rows of irregular dark spots.

This sea slug can swim by flexing the body.It feed exclusively on sponges.

Synonyms:
Discodoris evelinae
Discodoris hedgpethi
Montereina branneri

Biota > Animalia (Kingdom) > Mollusca (Phylum) > Gastropoda (Class) > Heterobranchia (Subclass) > Opisthobranchia (Infraclass) > Nudibranchia (Order) > Euctenidiacea (Suborder) > Doridacea (Infraorder) > Doridoidea (Superfamily) > Discodorididae (Family) > Discodoris (Genus) > Discodoris branneri (Species)

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