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Lined Nembrotha Seen in Dauin, Philippines (Oct 2, 2012).<br />
Length - 4.5cm. This slug&#039;s gill plume is large and elevated on a bulbous portion of the notum. The fine lines help distinguish it from other Nembrotha genus nudibranchs. It is rather large for a nudibranch, at nearly two inches. Its diet is said to consist of tunicates. Widespread Western Indo-Pacific. Depth - 5-30m Geotagged,Nembrotha lineolata,Philippines Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Lined Nembrotha

Seen in Dauin, Philippines (Oct 2, 2012).
Length - 4.5cm. This slug's gill plume is large and elevated on a bulbous portion of the notum. The fine lines help distinguish it from other Nembrotha genus nudibranchs. It is rather large for a nudibranch, at nearly two inches. Its diet is said to consist of tunicates. Widespread Western Indo-Pacific. Depth - 5-30m

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''Nembrotha lineolata'' is a species of nudibranch, a sea slug, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Polyceridae. It is found in shallow water in the Indo-Pacific. It was first described in 1905 by the Danish malacologist Rudolph Bergh. The type locality is Selayar Island, Indonesia.

Similar species: Sea Slugs
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded Dec 30, 2015. Captured in J. Basa St, Dauin, Negros Oriental, Philippines.