Gymnodorid Nudibranchs

The gymnodorid nudibranchs tend to be very active and fast-moving, and are generally voracious predators on other opisthobranch mollusks. It seems the basic color pattern for gymnodorids is white with orange or red spots, although there are numerous exceptions. Because of their similarities, many species appear to still be unknown to science.

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Gymnodoris
cf alba


Gymnodoris ceylonica

Gymnodoris citrina

Gymnodoris nigricolor

Gymnodoris rubropapulosa

Gymnodoris striata

Gymnodoris subornata

Gymnodoris tuberculosa

Gymnodoris
sp. e005

Gymnodoris
sp. e089

Gymnodoris
sp. e098

Gymnodoris
sp. e139

Gymnodoris
sp. e149

Gymnodoris
sp. e165

Gymnodoris
sp. e208

Gymnodoris
sp. e225

Gymnodoris
sp. e230

Gymnodoris
sp. e264

Gymnodoris
sp. e510

Gymnodoris
sp. e515

Gymnodoris
sp. e517

Gymnodoris
sp. e568

Gymnodoris
sp. e583

Gymnodoris
sp. e594

Gymnodoris
sp. e597

Gymnodoris
sp. 658

Gymnodoris sp. e713

Gymnodoris sp. e731

Gymnodoris sp. e827

Gymnodoris sp. e873

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Gymnodoris
sp. f001

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