Chromodoris geometrica

Risbec, 1928

Chromodoris geometrica
Photographed by: Francesco de Marchi

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

Comment from Nathalie Yonow on photo #2915
Clearly feeding! Now all we need is an identification...

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #8812
A very small juvenile individual with apparently only one rhinophore.

Comment from Richard Willan on photo #8164
A juvenile individual

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Pictures of Chromodoris geometrica

Chromodoris geometrica from Lembeh, Indonesia
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Chromodoris geometrica from Lembeh, Indonesia
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Chromodoris geometrica from Lembeh, Indonesia
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Chromodoris geometrica from Lembeh, Indonesia
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Chromodoris geometrica from Lembeh, Indonesia
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Chromodoris geometrica from New South Wales, Australia
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Chromodoris geometrica from Bali, Indonesia
Location: Bali, Indonesia
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Chromodoris geometrica from Watamu, KenyaIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
Location: Watamu, Kenya
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Chromodoris geometrica from Sabah, Malaysia
Location: Sabah, Malaysia
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Chromodoris geometrica from Timor-Leste
Location: Timor-Leste
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Chromodoris geometrica from Bali, Indonesia
Location: Bali, Indonesia
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Chromodoris geometrica from Anilao, Philippines
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