dibranch

NOUN
  1. cephalopods having two gills
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  • A new species of Nembrotha nudibranch (also known as a sea slug) that was discovered during the California Academy of Sciences' 2011 Philippine Biodiversity Expedition.
  • Lots of big fish, eels, some nudibranches, batfish, and even devil rays. Diving on Manta Reef
  • Nature, of course, thinks of everything and it seems that a nudibranch getting its own sperm or eggs is impossible.
  • While the adult nudibranch is correctly identified, the veliger larva is not a nudibranch.
  • Thus it is probable that some four-gilled form was the progenitor of the dibranch cephalopods. On the Genesis of Species
  • Nudibranchs are found everywhere, and just in front of the jetty, jawfish peer out of their holes, with mouthfuls of eggs.
  • Such are the tints of the beautiful nudibranchiate mollusc, Glaucus atlanticus, and many others. Darwinism (1889)
  • Throughout the ferry, nudibranchs, groupers, puffers, and wrasses had taken up residence along with juvenile barracuda, fusiliers and rabbitfish.
  • The wharf's pylons are shrouded in vivid sponges, host crabs, nudibranchs and pygmy leatherjackets - tiny fish that hang on to weed or sponge by their teeth.
  • It is said truly that the Ammonite, Orthoceras, and Nautilus of these ancient rocks were of the tetrabranchiate division, and none of them so highly organised as the Belemnite and other dibranchiate cephalopods which afterwards appeared, and some of which now flourish in our seas. The Antiquity of Man
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