Morose Nudibranch (Tambja morosa) - Marine Life - Liveaboard Diving

Morose Nudibranch

Morose Nudibranch (Tambja morosa) is quite a large nudibranch that is very dark/nearly black in colour and has blue (sometimes green) edges. It occurs in the Western Pacific and South East Asia.

Morose Nudibranch
Morose Nudibranch
Credit: Johan Folmeus
Morose Nudibranch
Morose Nudibranch
Credit: Johan Folmeus
Morose Nudibranch
Morose Nudibranch
Credit: Johan Folmeus
Morose Nudibranch
Morose Nudibranch
Credit: Emmy Ahlen
Morose Nudibranch Tambja morosa
Scientific Rank
Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:
Mollusca (Mollusks / Molluscs)
Class:
Gastropoda
Order: Nudibranchia (Nudibranchs)
Family: Polyceridae (Polyceridae)
Genus: Tambja (Tambja)
Species: Tambja morosa
Size
Average Size: 7 centimetres

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