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Hypselodoris bilineata

(Pruvot-Fol, 1953)


Erwin Koehler this is a Felimare bilineata, known before as Hypselodoris bilineata I took this picture on October 13, 1994 at Lanzarote Island it has 2 longitudinal median lines

Message posted on EPAM Nudibranchs on 16 May 2012
Henrique Nascimento Catarina Hypselodoris bilineata Sesimbra - Portugal 20110702

Ron Silver This appears to have been reclassified as Felimare bilineata.

Henrique Nascimento Catarina Yes you right, sorry i'm not an expert, I just have a preciose helpfrom a Friend. At that time the name was Hypse..., and i just go to that album, and copy the name.... I already change the name, Thanks Ron Silver.. :)

Henrique Nascimento Catarina if you open the image, the name is already chaged... here, sorry :(

Ron Silver No criticism intended. Thanx for updating your post.

Message posted on Scubashooters.net on 10 May 2013
Xavi Carrillo de Albornoz Hypselodoris bilineata (Ullastres I)

Owen Wangensteen En realidad, es una Thuridilla hopei.

Fabián Encinas buenas una consulta es una Hypselodoris bilineata o Hypselodoris bilineata ??

Owen Wangensteen Fabián, no entiendo bien tu pregunta... Si te refieres a si es "una" (femenino) o "un" (masculino), la respuesta es que "Doris" y todos sus derivados son femeninos. Por eso el nombre de la especie es "bilineata" y no "bilineatus". Así que se debería decir "Una Hypselodoris", "Una Peltodoris", "Una Chromodoris" etc., siempre en femenino, igual que se dice "Una jirafa".

Message posted on Nudibranquios on 06 Oct 2012
Carlos Fernández-Cid Ramos Hypselodoris Bilineata. Galicia.Spain

Lenka Juskaničová CHULÍSIMA !

Carlos Fernández-Cid Ramos Que agradecidita eres Lenka. Un saludo desde aquí arriba

Roy Arthur David Lontoh Beauty Colors Nudibranch indeed...

Orietta Rivolta Very nice!

Rie Nakano I'd love to see it!

Carlos Fernández-Cid Ramos To see it you must travel to Galicia. Great dives here, great Atlantic

João Pedro Silva It can also be seen here in Portugal. Actually, this was one of the most common species here from June to September: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jpsilva1971/6077103553/

Message posted on NUDIBRANCH LOVERS on 17 Feb 2012
Xavi Carrillo de Albornoz Hypselodoris bilineata (Ullastres I)

Owen Wangensteen En realidad, es una Thuridilla hopei.

Fabián Encinas buenas una consulta es una Hypselodoris bilineata o Hypselodoris bilineata ??

Owen Wangensteen Fabián, no entiendo bien tu pregunta... Si te refieres a si es "una" (femenino) o "un" (masculino), la respuesta es que "Doris" y todos sus derivados son femeninos. Por eso el nombre de la especie es "bilineata" y no "bilineatus". Así que se debería decir "Una Hypselodoris", "Una Peltodoris", "Una Chromodoris" etc., siempre en femenino, igual que se dice "Una jirafa".

Message posted on Nudibranquios on 06 Oct 2012
Taxonomy
Animalia (Kingdom)
  Mollusca (Phylum)
    Gastropoda (Class)
      Heterobranchia (Subclass)
        Opisthobranchia (Infraclass)
          Nudibranchia (Order)
            Euctenidiacea (Suborder)
              Doridacea (Infraorder)
                Doridoidea (Superfamily)
                  Chromodorididae (Family)
                    Hypselodoris (Genus)
                      Hypselodoris bilineata (Species)
Associated Species