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Odhner, 1934

Body protected by a more or less ample spiculose dorsal mantle, sometimes having club-like dorso-lateral processes, but never containing cnidosacs or tributaries of the digestive gland; rhinophoral tentacles contractile but rarely retractile into elaborate basal sheaths; anus postero-dorsal, usually surrounded by a circlet of gill plumes.

Source: Thompson, 1988.

The following subtaxa of this suborder occur in the region:

Family Aegiretidae
Genus Aegires
Aegires punctilucens
Family Aldisidae
Genus Aldisa
Aldisa zetlandica
Family Archidorididae
Genus Archidoris
Archidoris pseudoargus
Family Chromodorididae
Genus Cadlina
Cadlina laevis
Family Corambidae
Genus Corambe
Corambe obscura
Family Discodorididae
Genus Geitodoris
Geitodoris planata
Family Goniodorididae
Genus Ancula
Ancula gibbosa
Genus Goniodoris
Goniodoris castanea
Goniodoris nodosa
Family Kentrodorididae
Genus Jorunna
Jorunna tomentosa
Genus Okenia
Okenia leachii
Okenia quadricornis
Family Onchidorididae
Genus Acanthodoris
Acanthodoris pilosa
Genus Adalaria
Adalaria proxima
Genus Onchidoris
Onchidoris depressa
Onchidoris fusca
Onchidoris inconspicua
Onchidoris luteocincta
Onchidoris muricata
Onchidoris pusilla
Onchidoris sparsa
Family Polyceridae
Genus Limacia
Limacia clavigera
Genus Polycera
Polycera dubia
Polycera faeroensis
Polycera notha
Polycera quadrilineata
Family Rostangidae
Genus Rostanga
Rostanga rubra
Genus Thecacera
Thecacera pennigera

Suborder Doridina