Indian Caloria (Caloria indica) - Marine Life - Liveaboard Diving

Indian Caloria

Indian Caloria (Caloria indica) is an attractive nudibranch with exposed dorsal cerata. It is colourful and atractive to divers, but not easy to spot due to its size. It occurs from Eastern Africa to the Western Pacific.

Indian Caloria
Indian Caloria
Credit: Johan Folmeus
Indian Caloria Caloria indica
Scientific Rank
Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:
Mollusca (Mollusks / Molluscs)
Class:
Gastropoda
Order: Nudibranchia (Nudibranchs)
Family: Facelinidae (Facelinidae)
Genus: Caloria (Caloria)
Species: Caloria indica
Size
Average Size: 4 centimetres

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