[ UK /njˈuːdɪbɹˌɑːntʃ/ ]
- any of various marine gastropods of the suborder Nudibranchia having a shell-less and often beautifully colored body
How To Use nudibranch In A Sentence
- 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.
- The pteropod, Cfione limacina (Order: Gymnosomata) differs from the nudibranchs and notaspids discussed so far in that it swims continuously using paired parapodial appendages that resemble wings.
- 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.
- 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.
- Grouper, anemonefish and small morays jostled for position in this kaleidoscopic garden of coral, with some brightly coloured nudibranchs and small shrimp adding to the mix.