Photographed by: Debbie Woods
The mantle glands arranged around the margin are clearly visible in this photo (as white beads).
Note the bead-like mantle glands around the margin.
Interesting, one of 2 photos of all-white annulata.
Interesting with so few spots - the link between normal and all-white annulata?
Unusual for the Persian Gulf. Usually they have the two rings linked or broken up.
A very interesting photo showing individuals of two colour forms side by side. The form without any golden spots (represented by the larger individual) is very uncommon.
Detail of gill circlet surrounding the anus.
The Red Sea I am always happy with! This is Chromodoris annulata
Eliot, 1904. Found in the Red Sea and western Indian ocean.
- Richelieu Rock (6) Feb, Mar, Apr, May
- Khao Lak (5) Mar, Nov, Dec
- Koh Phi Phi (4) Jan, Feb, Jun
- Phuket (3) Aug, Nov
- Similan Islands (2) Mar
- Thailand (2) Apr, Jul
- Koh Doc Mai (2) Apr, May
- Koh Ha Yai (1) Mar
- Koh Rok (1) Mar
- Koh Ha (1) Mar
- Krabi (1) Apr
- United Arab Emirates
- South Africa
- Saudi Arabia
Pictures of Chromodoris annulata
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