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Blue Velvet Sea Slug

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Evan Williams

on 6 November 2012

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By Evan Williams Chelidonura Varians Phylum & Similarities Adaptation Bibliography Mollusca: Mollusks: slugs, snails, clams, octopuses, squids.

Visceral mass (gills, gut, and other organisms) and the mantle (protection over visceral mass)

Circulatory System Characteristics Bilateral Symmetry and their body

They are very small creatures! Indo-Pacific Region

Makes shelter under decaying wood or in vegetation in lagoons or bays.

Secretes venom from its food if in danger. Blue Velvet Sea Slug Foraging Mostly eats flatworms and sea pens.

Eats food through a proboscis - an eating tube.

Sea pens give the animal venom. Defensive Behaviors Prince of Darkness - nocturnal

Only goes out at night, when the drak blends with its black body

Can release venom if in danger from a predator Beatty, Richard. Encyclopedia of the Aquatic World. Vol. 9. New York: Marshall

Cavendish, 2004. Print. Dusheck, Jennie. Animals. Orlando: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 2007. Print. Meyers, P., and J. Burch. "Gastropoda." Animal Diversity Web. University of

Michigan, 2001. Web. 25 Oct. 2012.


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