August 11, 2003
From: Nelsy Rivero
Hi Dr. Rudman
This nudibranch was collected under rocks from Parque Nacional Morrocoy, Venezuela. I think is Chromodoris binza, because is very similar to the picture in Angel Valdes's message. The animal 0.5 cm long.
I would like to obtained more information about this species.
Thank very much,
email@example.comRivero, N., 2003 (Aug 11) Venezuelan Chromodoris binza. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/10702
We know very little about Chromodoris binza and Chromodoris clenchi. In an earlier message, Angel Valdes seems quite convinced that C. clenchi and C. binza have quite different colour patterns and behaviour, but if you look at the photos of these two species on the Forum there do appear to be some intermediate colour patterns. As I have said about other problematic species, I think we will only resolve these identification problems when local biologists, study local populations, and compare the feeding and breeding biology, and interactions of the different colour forms. One start would be to photograph the sponge food and egg ribbon of the different colour 'forms'
Re: Feeding observations on Chromodoris binza
From: Linda Ianniello, May 19, 2009
Feeding observations on Chromodoris binza
From: Anne DuPont, May 18, 2009
Material of Chromodoris binza from Caribbean Sea
From: Vinicius Padula, April 1, 2006
Re: Photos of Chromodoris clenchi
From: Angel Valdes, October 15, 2000
Colombian Chromodoris clenchi is C. binza
From: Angel Valdes, October 11, 2000
Chromodoris clenchi from Colombia
From: Phanor Montoya, October 10, 2000