Archidoris pseudoargus

(Rapp, 1827)

Also known as: Doris pseudoargus

Archidoris pseudoargus
Photographed by: Tatiana Antokhina

Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Mollusca
Class:Gastropoda
Subclass:Opisthobranchia
Order:Nudibranchia
Suborder:Doridina
Family:Dorididae
Species:Archidoris pseudoargus

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #40051
This individual corresponds with the apricot orange colour form.

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #6555
This large dorid nudibranch is commonly called the Sea Lemon. It is characterised by the mottled pattern of yellow, cream and/or brown on the mantle, and on close inspection by the two different sized blunt tubercles on the mantle.

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Pictures of Archidoris pseudoargus

Archidoris pseudoargus from NorwayIdentification reviewed by Alexander Martynov
Location: Norway
Posted 9 years ago
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Archidoris pseudoargus from England, UKIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
Location: England, UK
Posted 9 years ago
Viewed 1820 times
Archidoris pseudoargus from Barents Sea, RussiaIdentification reviewed by Alexander Martynov
Posted 8 years ago
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Archidoris pseudoargus from Barents Sea, RussiaIdentification reviewed by Alexander Martynov
Posted 8 years ago
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Archidoris pseudoargus from Menai Bridge, UKIdentification reviewed by Bernard Picton
Posted 6 years ago
Viewed 668 times
Archidoris pseudoargus from England, UK
Location: England, UK
Posted 7 years ago
Viewed 718 times
Archidoris pseudoargus from Norway
Location: Norway
Posted 7 years ago
Viewed 920 times
Archidoris pseudoargus from England, UKIdentification reviewed by Bernard Picton
Location: England, UK
Posted 6 years ago
Viewed 787 times
Archidoris pseudoargus from Riviera del Coner, Italy
Posted 5 years ago
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Archidoris pseudoargus from Sesimbra, PortugalIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
Posted 5 years ago
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Archidoris pseudoargus from Riviera del Coner, Italy
Posted 5 years ago
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