May 24, 2001
From: Jeff Rosenfeld
We called this tiny guy (approximately 8-10mm) Chromodoris aureopunctata
(http://www.oz.net/~vibrant/aureopunctata22_anilao10.html). It was taken in Anilao, Luzon Island, Philippines in April, 2000.
Do you have any information about this species?
email@example.comRosenfeld, J., 2001 (May 24) Chromodorid from the Philippines. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/4386
I am not sure whether this pretty little animal has its adult colour pattern or whether it is a juvenile. It looks a bit like Chromodoris hintuanensis in the way the obscure purple network is arranged and also looks a bit like Risbecia godeffroyana but 'looking like' doesn't really mean anything.
Basically I can't place it. It certainly isn't Noumea aureopunctata nor typical of any other named yellow-spotted species. I guess it is either a species of Chromodoris or a juvenile of a species of Risbecia. If you, or anyone has further photos of this animal or can identify it I would be grateful
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From: Jeff Rosenfeld, May 17, 2002
Re: Chromodorid from the Philippines
From: Rebecca Johnson, May 25, 2001