March 1, 2005
From: Oren Lederman
We couldn't identify this one.
Locality: "The Princess Beach", Eilat Bay, Israel, Red Sea. Depth: ~25 meters. Length: ~1-1.5 cm. 18 Feb 2005. Photographer: Oren Lederman.
Lederman, O., 2005 (Mar 1) Chromodoris verrieri from the Red Sea. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/13211
This is Chromodoris verrieri. It is interesting how in your animal, the yellow band around the mantle edge is broken into a series of elongate streaks. It is usually a continuous line. The white edged rhinophores and gills are characteristic of this species. Yonow (1989) reports a specimen from Eilat, but we certainly don't have many records of it from the Indian Ocean region.
Yonow, N. (1989) Red Sea opisthobranchia 2: The family Chromodorididae (Mollusca, Nudibranchia). Fauna of Saudi Arabia 10: 290-309.
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