June 15, 2007
From: Chris Crowley
Looking for help with ID.
May be a type of Hypselodoris???
Locality: Beangabang, Pantar Island, 22 meters, Indonesia, Pacific, 2 December 2006, sand and coral substrate. Length: 5 cm. Photographer: Chris Crowley.
email@example.comCrowley, C.J., 2007 (Jun 15) Another Chromodoris striatella? from Indonesia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/19347
Its worth comparing this with your other photo [#19348] and Jean-Francois Herve's animal [message #19123] which I identified as C. striatella. I am beginning to wonder whether animals like yours and Jean-Francois' are really C. burni, a species which was differentiated externally on the orange rhinophores, and gills with a triangular cross-section with orange outer edges and an inner black line. If so, perhaps C. burni is just a juvenile of C. striatella because there seem to be animals in which the triangular gills merge into the more rounded C. striatella form and begin to have secondary branches.
It is certainly worth thinking about.
Re: Another Chromodoris striatella? from Indonesia
From: Jean-François Hervé, July 25, 2008
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From: Chris Crowley, June 15, 2007
Egg ribbon of Chromodoris striatella
From: Bill Rudman, January 29, 2007
Chromodoris striatella egg-laying
From: Jean-François Hervé, January 8, 2007
Chromodoris striatella from sthn Queensland
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Chromodoris striatella with some spots
From: Roberto Sozzani, May 14, 2003
Chromodoris striatella from the Philippines
From: Erwin Koehler, April 3, 2003
Chromodoris striatella - feeding
From: Bill Rudman, April 3, 2003
Chromodoris striatella from SE Australia
From: David & Leanne Atkinson, January 27, 2003
Chromodoris striatella from Hong Kong
From: Bill Rudman & Brian Darvell, January 26, 2002
Colour form of Chromodoris striatella
From: D.& L. Atkinson, May 17, 2000
Chromodoris striatella? from Japan
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