May 16, 2002
From: Alicia Hermosillo
Dear Dr. Rudman,
I have found recently 2 other species of chromodorids with orange spots and patterns. This Chromodoris norrisi I found on May 5th, under a rock, 31 feet deep in Islas Marietas, north of Bahia de Banderas, Pacific Coast of Mexico. It was 11mm long.
The other orange spotted species is Tyrinna evelinae which I have found both under and on top of rocks all through out the Bay (from the northern Marietas Islands to the south at Chimo).
Hermosillo, A., 2002 (May 16) Chromodoris norrisi from Mexico. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/6933
I am glad I can still be amazed at the brilliant colours of some nudibranchs. You must be pleased that some of the 'missing' species are turning up for you. I look forward to some photos of Tyrinna evelinae.