Cerberilla incola sand-dwelling aeolid
Cerberilla incolais commonly referred to as sand-dwelling aeolid. Difficulty in the aquarium: Not suitable for aquarium keeping. Toxicity: Toxic hazard unknown.
- Cerberilla incola
- Sand-dwelling Aeolid
- Family tree:
- Animalia (Kingdom) > Mollusca (Phylum) > Gastropoda (Class) > Nudibranchia (Order) > Aeolidiidae (Family) > Cerberilla (Genus) > incola (Species)
- Initial determination:
- Burn, 1974
- Tasmanien, Australia, Bali, Indian Ocean, Indo Pacific, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Réunion , Western Pacific Ocean
- Sea depth:
- 0.39" - 1.18" (1cm - 3cm)
- 71.6 °F - 80.6 °F (22°C - 27°C)
- Carnivore, Cnidaria, No reliable information available, Predatory
- Not suitable for aquarium keeping
- Toxic hazard unknown
- Not evaluated
- Red List:
- Not evaluated (NE)
- Related species at
Catalog of Life:
- Meerwasser-Lexikon Team
- 2015-07-16 19:58:28
- 2021-02-20 16:52:35
Cerberilla incola Burn, 1974
Cerberilla incola grows up to 3,0 cm.This nocturnal sea slug lives in sandy bottom.
Cerberilla incola have two longitudinal brown lines on each cerata. In juveniles with one brown line ore uniform brown in colour. In some specimen the oral tentacle can be yellow tipped.
Sea slugs genus Cerberilla feeds on various sea anemones.
Biota > Animalia (Kingdom) > Mollusca (Phylum) > Gastropoda (Class) > Heterobranchia (Subclass) > Opisthobranchia (Infraclass) > Nudibranchia (Order) > Dexiarchia (Suborder) > Cladobranchia (Infraorder) > Aeolidida (Parvorder) > Aeolidioidea (Superfamily) > Aeolidiidae (Family) > Cerberilla (Genus) > Cerberilla incola (Species)
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