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Headshield Slugs; Cephalaspidea

Posted by on Nov 29, 2011 in | 0 comments

The Headshield Slugs are a bunch of Opisthobranchs that spend more time under the sand than above. As a consequence they are not often spotted when SCUBA diving. Note the varieties of “headshield” front, used for cruising below the substrate. Philinopsis speciosa, Aglajidae The juveniles seem to have a darker colouration and a more simple patterning than the adults. 21 Photos Philinopsis taronga, Aglajidae We thought it looked a bit like Philinopsis speciosa at first, but now we know that it is not. 12 Photos Tubulophilinopsis lineolata, Aglajidae Identifiable by the...

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