CHROMODORIS ANNAE PDF

Distribution[ edit ] This species of nudibranch is found in the central area of the Indo-Pacific region from Malaysia , Indonesia and the Philippines to the Marshall Islands. The branched gills and the rhinophores are orange to yellow. The main background color is bluish, the intensity of the latter varying from blue-grey to intense blue, slightly speckled by tiny black spots. The blue dorsal side and the foot are bordered with a black line which can be discontinuous depending on the specimen. A black dash between the rhinophores distinguishes this species from similar species like Chromodoris elisabethina and Chromodoris westraliensis.

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Distribution[ edit ] This species of nudibranch is found in the central area of the Indo-Pacific region from Malaysia , Indonesia and the Philippines to the Marshall Islands. The branched gills and the rhinophores are orange to yellow. The main background color is bluish, the intensity of the latter varying from blue-grey to intense blue, slightly speckled by tiny black spots. The blue dorsal side and the foot are bordered with a black line which can be discontinuous depending on the specimen.

A black dash between the rhinophores distinguishes this species from similar species like Chromodoris elisabethina and Chromodoris westraliensis. The mantle edge and the foot are bordered with white and orange to yellow lines in which the width and the color intensity can vary greatly from a specimen to another. Chromodoris annae in the Philippines. Malacologische Untersuchungen. In: Reisen im Archipel der Philippinen von Dr. Carl Gottfried Semper. Zweiter Theil.

Wissenschaftliche Resultate. Band 2, Theil 2, Heft 11, pp. Chromodoris annae Bergh, In: MolluscaBase Australian Museum, Sydney. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society Beesley, G. Ross, A. Wells, Mollusca-The southern synthesis, vol.

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Chromodoris

Anatomy[ edit ] Chromodoris species exhibit one of the two major body types found within Nudibranchia. There are a few major bodily features that separate chromodorids from other sea slugs. Mantle[ edit ] Dorids have a thick mantle that exists over their foot, and in some species, the mantle can have tubercles nodules along the surface of an organism that are made of keratin [3] of different concentrations, shapes, and sizes, providing some rigidity and protection for their soft, shell-less bodies. In most dorid species, the mantle holds toxins that defend the organism that are obtained through their diet. Rhinophores[ edit ] They also, like other sea slugs, have rhinophores, a set of sensory tentacles at the head of the organism. These provide a sense of taste and smell. They can be retracted into the organism into a structure called a basal sheath, and the rhinophores themselves can come in a diverse array of shapes that are important to species identification.

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