January 27, 2002
From: Erwin Koehler
here is a shot by Georg Heinze (email Georg.Heinze@t-online.de).
It may be a strange colour variant of Chromodoris tinctoria, but I think it is somthing else.
Data: size 4 cm, depth 24 m, Philippines, Mlapascua Island, divesite "Lapus-Lapus", May 2001
Erwin@medslugs.deKoehler, E., 2002 (Jan 27) Unknown from the Philippines. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/6085
I think this is probably an adult specimen of Chromodoris sp. 13. White edged gills and rhinophores is not a common colour combination and coupled with the general body colour pattern I would be my first guess.