October 10, 2000
From: Phanor Montoya
This nudibranch was also collected under rocks from Santa Marta, Colombia. I'm sending you photos of what I think are a juvenile and an adult of Chromodoris clenchi or C. neona. The body is white or bluish with a middle straight white line. They also have a kind of orange net that grows as the animal increase in size. The rinophores and gills have internally a violet color. The animals were 2-8 mm long.
I hope you can help me say if they are C. clenchi or C. neona.
email@example.comMontoya, P., 2000 (Oct 10) Chromodoris clenchi from Colombia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/3127
I have never seen this species alive but from the literature I thin you are right in identifying it as C. clenchi. Most authors consider C. neona and C. britoi are synonyms of this very variable species. The colour form in your photod is particularly beautiful. Almost as though the reticulate pattern was made of gold leaf.
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
Venezuelan Chromodoris binza
From: Nelsy Rivero, August 11, 2003
Re: Photos of Chromodoris clenchi
From: Angel Valdes, October 15, 2000
Colombian Chromodoris clenchi is C. binza
From: Angel Valdes, October 11, 2000