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Aplysia fasciata

Poiret, 1789

Sea hare

Classification
Identification
Biology
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Classification   {MSG_BIOLOGY_LISTE_CATEGORIES}
Latin name : Aplysia fasciata (Poiret, 1789)
Synonyms :
Classification : Anaspidea ( Sea hares )
 
Name : Li?vre de mer
Name : Sea hare
Identification   {MSG_BIOLOGY_LISTE_CATEGORIES}
Main identification characters
Body black or very dark brown, sometimes with a red border to the parapodia, foot and cephalic tentacles. Sometimes some whitish blotches over body. The parapodial lobes are widely separated both anteriorly and posteriorly. Can grow to 40 cm long.
Possible confusions
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Biology   {MSG_BIOLOGY_LISTE_CATEGORIES}
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Cycle of life / Reproduction
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Distribution   {MSG_BIOLOGY_LISTE_CATEGORIES}
Habitat

Grass

Rocks

Sand
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Geographical distribution
Atlantic coast of France (A lots in Arachon bay), Mediterranean, West Africa. Rare visitor to southern British Isles.
Links   {MSG_BIOLOGY_LISTE_CATEGORIES}
Websites :
http://www.seaslugforum.net/aplyfasc.htm

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Data sheet written by Christophe Naslain , 19/11/2002

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