March 7, 2005
From: Bill Rudman
Here is another message concerning the white and purple-spotted chromodorids described from Hawaii by Pease and Garrett. In this one I post the original illustration of Chromodoris vibrata.
Doris vibrata was originally described (Pease, 1860) without an illustration. Bergh (1880: Pl. B, fig 18- 21) subsequently published a painting by Andrew Garrett, which we assume was available to Pease.
It is characterised by the rythmically vibrating gills, commented on by Pease, and on which he based its name.
Pease, W.H. (1860) Descriptions of new species of mollusca from the Sandwich Islands. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 28: 18-36.
Bergh, L.S.R. (1880) Malacologische Untersuchungen. In: C.G. Semper, Reisen im Archipel der Philippinen, Wissenschaftliche Resultate. Band 2, Suppl. 1, 1-78, Pls.A-F.
Bill RudmanRudman, W.B., 2005 (Mar 7) Original illustration of Doris vibrata Pease 1860. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/13204
Species with purple under anterior margin
From: Scott Johnson, March 29, 2003
Re: Chromodoris vibrata? from Hachijo Island , Japan
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