Havana, Cuba. Photo: Angel Valdes.
"Both C. clenchi and C. binza have in common an hourglass yellow pattern on the dorsum, which is absent in C. neona. However, C. clenchi has well-defined, rounded and violet dorsal spots, surrounded by thin red lines, whereas C. binza has a much more irregular pattern with a red network of lines surrounding irregular pale blue areas". [From Angel Valdes's message distinguishing these three species].
• Ortea, J., Valdés, A. & Espinosa, J. (1994) North Atlantic nudibranchs of the Chromodoris clenchi colour group (Opisthobranchia: Chromododorididae). Journal of Molluscan Studies, 60: 237-248.
Rudman, W.B., 2000 (October 10) Chromodoris clenchi (Russell, 1935). [In] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/factsheet/chroclen
Chromodoris clenchi from St Martin, Caribbean
From: Aurélien Roger, April 12, 2010
Chromodoris clenchi feeding
From: Anne DuPont, September 28, 2007
Chromodoris binza & C. clenchi from Florida
From: Linda Ianniello, February 14, 2002
Juvenile Chromodoris clenchi from Jamaica
From: Barry Lipman, June 19, 2001
Photos of Chromodoris clenchi
From: Dave Behrens, October 14, 2000