Cratena sp.

Cratena sp.
Photographed by: Guido Zsilavecz

Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Mollusca
Class:Gastropoda
Subclass:Opisthobranchia
Order:Nudibranchia
Suborder:Aeolidina
Family:Facelinidae
Species:Cratena sp.

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #3238
An undescribed species. This species of aeolid is characterised by a dark red (or sometimes black) spot immediately below the white cnidosac at the tip of each ceras.

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #3129
An undescribed species. This species of aeolid is characterised by a dark red (or sometimes black as in this individual) spot immediately below the white cnidosac at the tip of each ceras.

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #3133
An undescribed species. This species of aeolid is characterised by a dark red (or sometimes black) spot immediately below the white cnidosac at the tip of each ceras.

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #3237
An undescribed species. This species of aeolid is characterised by a dark red (or sometimes black as in this individual) spot immediately below the white cnidosac at the tip of each ceras.

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #3239
An undescribed species. This species of aeolid is characterised by a dark red (or sometimes black) spot immediately below the white cnidosac at the tip of each ceras.

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #3246
An undescribed species. This species of aeolid is characterised by a dark red (or sometimes black) spot immediately below the white cnidosac at the tip of each ceras.

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #3247
An undescribed species. This species of aeolid is characterised by a dark red (or sometimes black) spot immediately below the white cnidosac at the tip of each ceras.

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Pictures of Cratena sp.

Cratena sp. from Anilao, Philippines
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Cratena sp. from Anilao, Philippines
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