Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter
Connect your Digital Journal account with Facebook or Twitter to use this feature.
Connect
Log In Sign Up

Pteraeolidia ianthina News

The Blue Chinese Dragon –– A 'solar-powered' sea slug Special

Sydney - The sea-slug known as the Blue Chinese Dragon is a remarkable marine creature capable of surviving for long periods without food by using the nutrients provided by its own garden of unicellular plants growing and multiplying inside its body.
Digital Journal Report by Igor I. Solar - 9 comments
 

Search Digital Journal Archives


Set up a news alert for

Pteraeolidia ianthina


Pteraeolidia ianthina Image

Blue Chinese Dragon. Details of the clusters of blue-edged curved arches called cerata. The tips of ...
Jason Shelley
Blue Chinese Dragon. Details of the clusters of blue-edged curved arches called cerata. The tips of the cerata contain nematocysts which can cause painful stings to humans.
image:131261:6::0
Blue Chinese Dragon. Details of the anterior chemosensory organs called rhinophores.
Jason Shelley
Blue Chinese Dragon. Details of the anterior chemosensory organs called rhinophores.
image:131260:5::0
Blue Chinese Dragon. Details of the two long cephalic tentacles.
Jason Shelley
Blue Chinese Dragon. Details of the two long cephalic tentacles.
image:131259:7::0
Blue Chinese Dragon. This is a juvenile who has not yet obtained the unicellular plants (zooxanthell...
Jason Shelley
Blue Chinese Dragon. This is a juvenile who has not yet obtained the unicellular plants (zooxanthellae) which will multiply in its digestive system and provide nutrients to the slug.
image:131258:5::0
Adult Blue Chinese Dragon.
Jason Shelley
Adult Blue Chinese Dragon.
image:131262:2::0

Latest News
Top News

Buy an ad on DigitalJournal.com

Corporate

Help & Support

News Links

copyright © 2014 digitaljournal.com   |   powered by dell servers