PARA-412-Orange-Peel-Nudibranch: Cody

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Level 3 - concrete
Word: Nudibranch (Orange-Peel)

The common name comes from its appearance- looking very similar to an orange fruit's peel.
Nudibranch: type of mollusk having naked gills and no shell, 1844, literally "having naked gills," from nudi- "naked" + Latin branchae, from Greek brankhia "gills," plural of brankhion "fin."
Acanthodoris lutea, the orange-peel doris, is a species of nudibranch or sea slug, a shell-less marine opisthobranch gastropod mollusk in the family Onchidorididae.

This species is the largest of the northeastern Pacific onchidorids. It is a common species, and it is very noticeable because of its bright coloration, which is aposematic. The species name "lutea" is a Latin word which means an orange-yellow color. The generic name, "acantho" comes from the Greek word meaning spiny, and "doris" is the name of an ancient Greek sea nymph.

Magic Status: 0 - Uninitiated 
Wisdom Status: 0 - Unaware
25 May 2020, 02:16:50 EDT

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