May 30, 2005
From: Bill Rudman
Mente Suzenaar's message [#13912] concerning Glossodoris charlottae from Sharm el Sheikh, Red Sea, contained two other photos which I am posting separately because they show that this species flaps its mantle [see mantle flapping Fact Sheet] a behaviour restricted to a small group of species of the genus Chromodoris. In a separate message [#13868] I give reasons showing that this is a species of Chromodoris rather than Glossodoris.
Locality: Sharm el Sheikh - Anemone City, Egypt. Red Sea. Depth: 12 mtrs. Length: 35 mm. 6 May 2005. Coral / Sandy. Photographer: Mente Suzenaar
Chromodoris? charlottae from Eygpt
From: Kamal El Tawil, September 26, 2005
Correct generic placement of Glossodoris charlottae
From: Bill Rudman, May 30, 2005
Glossodoris charlottae from Red Sea
From: Bill Rudman, February 1, 2000
Chromodoris species, which one?
From: Gordon T. Smith, March 15, 1999
Glossodoris? from the Red Sea
From: Michael Schroedl, January 14, 1999