Chromodoris sp.

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Chromodoris sp. from Mabul, Malaysia
Identification verified by Richard Willan
 

Identification is verified by Richard Willan, Nudi Pixel expert

Comment from Richard Willan: An undescribed species. If this photo had been taken dorsally, it would have revealed numerous glandular pores on the upper surface of the mantle, as in Chromodoris annae and Chromodoris westraliensis. But this species is consistently different from both Chromodoris annae and from Chromodoris magnifica, to suggest it is an undescribed species.
 

Location:Mabul, Malaysia
Photographer:Yuji Law
Camera:Olympus C740 Ultra ZoomView EXIF properties
Taken on:July 12, 2007
Viewed:4544 times
Posted:10 years ago
Updated:9 years ago

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Scientific Classification

Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Mollusca
Class:Gastropoda
Subclass:Opisthobranchia
Order:Nudibranchia
Suborder:Doridina
Family:Chromodorididae
Species:Chromodoris sp.