Tropical Indo-West Pacific.
UPPER: Angourie pool, Clarence River Heads, New South Wales, March 1971. (35mm long alive). Can grow to 80mm long.
LOWER: Fungu Yasin, off Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, November 1976.
PHOTOS: Bill Rudman.
This brilliantly coloured species is often found crawling over coral colonies. Apart from its distinctive colour it is characterised by the large fleshy left "tail". A similarly coloured species, Chelidonura pallida, also has black markings.
• Rudman, W.B., 1970. Chelidonura inornata Baba and C. electra sp.nov. from the Solomon Islands (Opisthobranchia, Aglajidae). Journal of the Malacological Society of Australia, 2: 7-12.
Rudman, W.B., 1998 (October 14) Chelidonura electra Rudman, 1970. [In] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/factsheet/chelelec