February 20, 1999
Hi my names steve I'm in yr 7 and I'm doing an assignment on Nudibranchs with a friend and I can't find much info so I was wondering if you could give me the basic info which I could use or tell me where to go to find some if you could, that would be great
I am glad you are interested in nudibranchs. There are a number of ways to find information about them on the Sea Slug Forum.
Firstly if you look at the top of the page there is a row of navigation buttons starting MESSAGES - SPECIES - PARTICIPANTS - etc
If you click on one of those it will take you to a list of pages which you can look at.
For example on the SPECIES page you will find a list of all the different Sea Slugs we have pictures and messages about on the Forum. All the ones under ORDER NUDIBRANCHIA are nudibranchs, so if you look at some of those you will get an idea of their range of shape and colour. If you go to the GENERAL TOPICS page you will find a list of pages on particular aspects of Sea Slug life-history, etc. Your message is on the "What is a Sea Slug? nudibranch?" page. If you look below your message you will find quite a few earlier messages. If you look at them, and my answers, hopefully you should get information on most of your questions.
If there are particular things you would like to ask about please let me know and I will try and answer them for you.
You can also do a search of the Forum. If you look at the yellow band at the top of your message you will find a button saying "Search the Forum". If you click on it, it will take you to a page where you can type in a word or two and see if there is anything about it in the Forum.
Good luck with your project,
Sea slug eats own brain??
From: Charles Stenholm, March 18, 2010
Sea slug eyes
From: Erwin Kodiat, January 18, 2007
How many noses does a slug have?
From: Emma, October 3, 2003
The fastest Sea slug?
From: J.Van Doorslaer, February 24, 2003
Sea Slugs in general
From: Rachel Wierenga, September 11, 2002
Need some information
From: Maria Bernamudez, May 14, 2002
Do nudibranchs taste?
From: Jeanette McInnes, February 12, 2002
Re: Where do nudibranchs sleep?
From: Brian Penney, January 31, 2002
Where do nudibranchs sleep?
From: Jeanette McInnes, January 25, 2002
What does cf mean?
From: Elianny Dominguez, September 21, 2001
Where do sea slugs live?
From: Patty, July 17, 2001
What is the family name for the sea slug?
From: Patrick O'Connor, June 11, 2001
RE: What do var, cf. etc mean?
From: Nishina Chikako, June 8, 2001
What do var, cf. etc mean?
From: Nishina Chikako, May 21, 2001
What does 'nudibranch' mean?
From: David James, April 25, 2001
From: Maggie, April 22, 2001
Are sea slugs harmful to people
From: Heidi Colonnese, March 10, 2001
What are sea slugs importance to man?
From: Sarah, January 8, 2001
General information on sea slugs
From: Nick, December 30, 2000
Nudibranch that eats algae?
From: Eric Sterns, October 23, 2000
From: Jennifer, October 19, 2000
Information about slugs
From: Kathleen, October 2, 2000
More information on sea slugs
From: Jennifer & Kate, October 2, 2000
Protection from Dryness
From: Jacob Benveniste, September 30, 2000
Do nudibranchs have eyes?
From: Anonymous, May 10, 2000
Re: Nudibranch Information
From: Anne Dupont, March 15, 2000
Information on adaptations
From: Ross Sinclair, March 13, 2000
Information on Sea Slugs
From: M.C.M, March 13, 2000
Information for a School Project
From: Emilee Bucholz, March 5, 2000
Information for Sigrid, Caroline & Ashlee
From: Bill Rudman, February 19, 2000
What do they eat?
From: Samantha , February 16, 2000
How do nudibranchs breathe?
From: Lillie Hetze, January 21, 2000
How are species recognised?
From: Nishina Masayoshi, July 4, 1999
Interesting facts about Sea slugs
From: Hartzell, June 9, 1999
From: K. Rabinoiwtz, May 24, 1999
Re: Nudibranch questions
From: Christian Desprez, May 19, 1999
From: Christian Desprez, May 3, 1999
on rhinophores, cerata, and how many species?
From: Carlo Magenta, March 15, 1999
Re: Nudibranch Questions
From: Beth Kyd, February 16, 1999
Sea Slug questions
From: Dale Kyd, February 12, 1999
Information on nudibranchs
From: Ross Tetreault, February 11, 1999
Why study nudibranchs?
From: Brehan Miller, February 9, 1999
Sea Slug metabolism
From: Sean Wise, February 5, 1999
Information on Nudibranch biology
From: Christian Desprez, January 28, 1999
From: Kathie Bryant, December 4, 1998