Bulla ampulla is a sea slug belongs to the family of Bullidae - the bubble snails or bubble shells.Species of Bulla are found in temperate and tropical waters. They are herbivorous and nocturnal. During the day they are burrowing in soft bottom or under corals.
All species of Bulla are very similar.
Bulla ampulla var. mozambicensis Bergh, 1900
Bulla columellaris Menke, 1854
Bulla columellaris var. bifasciata Menke, 1854
Bulla columellaris var. vermiculata Menke, 1854
Bulla delorti Mabille, 1896
Bulla trifasciata G. B. Sowerby II, 1868
Bulla villosa Martyn, 1784 (Unavailable name (ICZN Opinion 456))
Bullaria ampulla (Linnaeus, 1758)
Quibulla selina Iredale, 1929
Direct children (2):
Subspecies Bulla ampulla striata Röding, 1798 (nomen dubium)
Variety Bulla ampulla var. mozambicensis Bergh, 1900 accepted as Bulla ampulla Linnaeus, 1758