Photographed by: Graham Abbott
An undescribed species. This is certainly a Diaphorodoris sp.
However, I am very confident in saying it is not Diaphorodoris mitsuii
. This confidence comes both from seeing Diaphorodoris mitsuii
in Taiwan myself and observing it has a golden marginal band on the mantle and thin red submarginal bands above and below that marginal band - which is quite unlike this species from temperate Australia, and also from knowing that in his checklist of opisthobranchs from Victoria Burn (2006: 18) has listed this species simply as Diaphorodoris sp.
It is also known from Tasmania.
An undescribed species. Note the long tail with its sharp mid-dorsal ridge that characterises this genus.
Pictures of Diaphorodoris sp.
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