Doridacea

This is the largest taxonomic order, containing many of the Nudibranchs that you will see on diving trips in the Koh Phangan, Marine Park and Koh Tao area.

Chromodorididae

This is our largest Dorid family. Featuring retractable external gills and coming in a load of colourful variations, the Chromodorids are very much a Nudibranch stereotype. (3 Albums, 4 Galleries)

Dendrodorididae

Not the most ornate or spectacular of the nudies, but subtly camouflaged and coloured. (2 Galleries)

Discodorididae

Asteronotus, Atagema, Discodoris, Hoplodoris and Jorunna. They all have specialised tubercles on the mantle, called caryophyllidia. (5 Galleries)

Goniodoridella species; Goniodorididae

Small, cryptic and seen once only...

Gymnodorididae

Carnivorous beasties with enormous capacity for their small body size! (4 Galleries)

Phyllidiidae

Meet the Wart Slugs. These Nudibranch have no external gills. They can also produce some very nasty toxins when irritated. (8 Galleries)

Plocamopherus tilesii; Polyceridae

This fine creature can both crawl and swim, in addition to having 2 bioluminescent organs!

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