Nudibranchs or sea slugs occur throughout the world's oceans and are present in many marine habitats. The greatest diversity of species is found in the Indo-Pacific tropics with a concentration of species within the Coral Triangle, encompassing the waters of six Southeast Asian countries: Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Malaysia, Timor-Leste and Solomon Islands. This global epicenter of marine biodiversity covers only 1.6 percent of the planet's oceanic area, but attracts an increasing number of divers and underwater photographers, including nudibranch lovers.
Nudibranchs of the Coral Triangle is a field guide, an assistant for the identification of nudibranchs species in the region. It is designed for divers, underwater photographers. The book presents 1000+ species nudibranchs that can be found and photographed in depths and regions accessible to recreational diving. Photographs, showing colour variations and age differences are included. A lot of species covered by this guide have never before appeared in field guides or popular books.
Compact text blocks provide information about common name, scientific name, family, geographic distribution, size, and the most distinctive features. An extensive photo index at the beginning of Nudibranchs of the Coral Triangle helps you to find the right group of nudibranchs, especially for readers who have not yet mastered their names.