NUDIBRANCHS
Acanthodoris pilosa
Adalaria proxima
Aegires punctilucens
Aeolidia papillosa
Aeolidiella glauca
Ancula gibbosa
Armina loveni
Cadlina laevis
Catriona gymnota
Crimora papillata
Cuthona nana
Dendronotus frondosus
Dendronotus lacteus
Diaphorodoris luteocincta
Doris pseudoargus
Doto coronata
Doto dunnei
Doto fragilis
Doto hystrix
Doto maculata
Doto millbayana
Doto pinnatifida
Eubranchus exiguus
Eubranchus farrani
Eubranchus pallidus
Eubranchus tricolor
Eubranchus vitattus
Facelina annulicornis
Facelina auriculata
Facelina bostoniensis
Favorinus blianus
Favorinus branchialis
Flabellina browni
Flabellina gracilis
Flabellina lineata
Flabellina nobilis
Flabellina pedata
Flabellina pellucida
Flabellina verrucosa
Geitodoris planata
Goniodoris castanea
Goniodoris nodosa
Hancockia uncinata
Hero formosa
Janolus cristatus
Jorunna tomentosa
Limacia clavigera
Lomanotus genei
Onchidoris bilamellata
Onchidoris muricata
Polycera faeroensis
Polycera quadrilineata
Rostanga rubra
Tergipes tergipes
Trinchesia amoena
Trinchesia caerulea
Trinchesia concinna
Trinchesia pustulata
Trinchesia rubescens
Trinchesia viridis
Tritonia hombergii
Tritonia lineata
Tritonia plebeia
OTHER SEA SLUGS
Aplysia punctata
Berthella plumula
Colpodaspis pusilla
Elysia viridis
Hermaea bifida
Lamellaria perspicua
Laona pruinosa
Placida dendritica
Pleurobranchus membranaceus

Welcome to a selection of my photographs of nudibranchs and other sea slugs from around Scotland.

If you are interested in warmer water species then visit my other sites from here nudibranch.org.

Most recent update: 1 November, 2014



Aplysia punctata
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Introduction
Nudibranchs of the British Isles

Capturing the images that appear on the site was the start of my interest in nudibranchs and other sea slugs. This lead on to attempting to identify the animals I had seen, not always a straightforward exercise.

The identifications are mine, based on Dr. Bernard E. Picton and Christine C. Morrow's excellent publication (now available on the web here)
A Field Guide to the Nudibranchs of the British Isles
and on Dr. Picton's and others' occasional and generous advice.

Links
NE Atlantic Nudibranchs - this Facebook group is a great resource for local identification and discussion.
The Slug Site - my favourite site where you will find a comprehensive list of links to all the best nudibranch sites on the web.
The Sea Slug Forum - Dr. Bill Rudman's site is now inactive but remains a superb resource.
Opisthobranchs of the World - Erwin Köhler's site provides links for the widest collection of images of nudibranchs.
Scottish Sub Aqua Club If you are interested in scuba diving in Scotland then the best place to start is with The Scottish Sub Aqua Club or come along to my Branch West Lothian SAC in Bathgate. West Lothian Sub Aqua Club