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Phylum Mollusca > Class Gastropoda > sea slugs > Family Onchidiidae
Orange-footed mangrove onch slug
Onchidium griseum
Family Onchidiidae
updated Oct 2016
Where seen? This slug is sometimes seen on mangrove trees trunks and branches on some of our shores.

Features: 4-5cm. Body long, hard with ridges along the centre and small bumps. Generally greyish or brown. The underside is mottled with a yellow or orange margin. The narrow foot is orange with horizontal ridges. Eyes on long thin stalks.

Lim Chu Kang, Aug 05

Sungei Pandan, Jan 11

Underside

Underside

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Species are difficult to positively identify without close examination.
On this website, they are grouped by external features for convenience of display.

Orange-footed mangrove onch slugs on Singapore shores

Photos of Orange-footed mangrove onch slugs for free download from wildsingapore flickr

Distribution in Singapore on this wildsingapore flickr map

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