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Chromodoris collingwoodi

Rudman, 1987


Matthias Wildermuth Botnay Bay, Sydney Chromodoris Collingwoodi

Сергей Вердеревский Bali. Indonesia. Macro Point. Canon EOS 6D. Lens EF100mm f/2.8L Macro. ISO 320. 1/80 sec. f/32 ikelite 150+2

Ron Silver Chromodoris collingwoodi

Message posted on Scubashooters.net on 28 Jul 2013
Dave Baker Seraya , Bali

Ken Sullivan Nice one Dave, I missed that one out of all the nudies we saw. I think it's a Chromodoris collingwoodi. nice one.

Dave Baker I want to go back ! I'm sure there's plenty I missed

Ron Silver This nudi is more properly known as Goniodoris collingwoodi. It is a chromodorid nudi.

Juan Antonio Corbas Corral buenísima

Message posted on Scubashooters.net on 30 Nov 2012
Pat Gunderson Pgunderson

Ron Silver (Chromodoris collingwoodi)

Pat Gunderson Thanks Ron I guess my notes are wrong.

Ron Silver Not necessarily. What do you have?

Pat Gunderson Chromodoris sp 19

Ron Silver Where (or more importantly, who) did that designation come from? I'm fairly certain this is C. collingwoodi.

Pat Gunderson I was at Villa Markisa, and I can't remember for sure but I think it was Christiane that told me this was sp 19 (colored like this because it was a juvenile, I think it was relatively tiny because I was using my 105 + teleconverter). I don't know though as nudibranchs from this area are all new to me.

Pat Gunderson I was also there with Mike Miller, check out this link, his photos were taken on the same dive. http://slugsite.us/bow2007/nudwk821.htm He raises an interesting question.

Ron Silver Miller's reference to C. sp 19 appears to be to the other nudi (the right hand side) rather than C. collingwoodi.

Yutaka Takizawa Good Shoot(^o^)

Giorgetta Massimo Max very nice!!!

Message posted on UW photo - Fotosub on 17 Mar 2013
Henry Jager "Chromodoris Collingwoodi" Taken in Bali, near Kubu Indah.

Nadya Kulagina Handsome )))

Diana Schmitt Whoa...coming right atcha! Well done :)

John Paul Connor Superbe

Cristina Zunino Very very good this is MACRO. (y)

Greotti Cesare beautiful

Ron Silver I've seen some very spirited discussions as to the ID of this nudi - Chromodoris collingwoodi vs. Chromodoris aureopurpurea?

Henry Jager Hi Ron I was doubtless about, but pergaps because I didn't kow aureopirpurea ;-) I'll have a closer look at it today! What's your opinion?

Henry Jager Hi Ron Regarding the regular yellow spots (in one line) along the mantles border and the "warty" surface, I propose it's a collingwoodi.

Fabio Strazzi cool

Alberto Carati Nice selective focus.

Diana Schmitt Well deserved! :) I still just love this image Henry!

Message posted on Scubashooters.net on 25 Jul 2013
Henry Jager Chromodoris Collingwoodi Chromodoris Collingwoodi a nudibranch pictured in Bali, Indoniesia in the near of Kubu Indah conartix gmbhsteinmuerlistrasse 258953 dietikoninfo(at)conartix.ch

Roberto Gruzza Wonderful!!!

Ron Silver nice nudi!

Imade Widana Beuttyfull

Nimrod Shay wow!!!!

Marco Paravella super wonderful macro

Ilse Merz great shot!

Scubashooters Dot Net one day or the other you will have to tell me how can you get such a neat detail!!!! :)

Robert Schmidt a really great shot!

Henry Jager Scubashooters Dot Net: Patience, stable position, good gear and never give up on a subject, always strive for a better image till you get it ;-)

Scubashooters Dot Net That's what i do but apparently never enough! Let's try with the new gear then!!!:)

Henry Jager What do you get?

Scubashooters Dot Net A 7D instead of my 'ol' ( and flooded :(. ) 400D...

Henry Jager nice :-) I wish you fun and many topshots!

Scubashooters Dot Net Thanks Henry!!! I wish you the same!!! :)

Scubashooters Dot Net Especially the fun because you already have all top shots!!! ;)

Henry Jager thank you for the flowers, but the real top shots are still waiting....

Scubashooters Dot Net There will always be a better shot and/or a top shot waiting... And yours were not flowers, but what I really think!!!:)

Ilse Merz @ Henry, don't be too modest!

Message posted on Scubashooters.net on 10 Jan 2013
Henry Jager "Chromodoris Collingwoodi" Olympus E-5, 50mm macro lens, 1,4x teleconverter, Inon ucl 165 ad 1/250 f/7,1 ISO 200 Bali, Indonesia

Alexander Niedermair Wooowh nice......

Rico Besserdich f/7.1 ?? awesome !!

Giorgio Cavallaro Perfect pic!

Adriano Morettin Beautiful !!!

Henry Jager @Rico: Yes 7,1. The close up lense helps a lot for a nice bokeh despite slightly closed aperture.

Ernst Andres Ich könnte ja nun viele Worte schreiben zu dieser Aufnahme von Dir Henry,....aber wenn ich sage, das dies ein mit ruhiger Hand geführter Klasseshot ist weißt Du was ich meine !

Message posted on UWphotographers on 03 Sep 2012
Henry Jager "Chromodoris Collingwoodi" Taken in Bali, near Kubu Indah.

Nadya Kulagina Handsome )))

Diana Schmitt Whoa...coming right atcha! Well done :)

John Paul Connor Superbe

Cristina Zunino Very very good this is MACRO. (y)

Greotti Cesare beautiful

Ron Silver I've seen some very spirited discussions as to the ID of this nudi - Chromodoris collingwoodi vs. Chromodoris aureopurpurea?

Henry Jager Hi Ron I was doubtless about, but pergaps because I didn't kow aureopirpurea ;-) I'll have a closer look at it today! What's your opinion?

Henry Jager Hi Ron Regarding the regular yellow spots (in one line) along the mantles border and the "warty" surface, I propose it's a collingwoodi.

Fabio Strazzi cool

Alberto Carati Nice selective focus.

Diana Schmitt Well deserved! :) I still just love this image Henry!

Message posted on Scubashooters.net on 25 Jul 2013
Harvey Buyst Olympus Epl1, 60mm, 1/160, f10, iso200, Inon S2000

Ron Silver Chromodoris collingwoodi

Message posted on Scubashooters.net on 03 May 2013
Maurice Hein Can anyone help me identify this beautiful nudibranch i found several times near the liberty wreck at Tulamben, Bali. Depth around 20-25m.

Maurice Hein Thanks for the quick help on this one. It is a Chromodoris collingwoodi.

Patrik Good Southport Seaway Nightdive, 9/1/2012, 3 metres, about 30mm. Couldn't with the colours in the online databases.

Patrik Good couldn't find an ID based on these colours

Ashley Missen Looks like you might have a new one

Patrik Good How shall I call it for the moment and the stats, Chromodoris sp.?

Gary Cobb This a colour form of Chromodoris collingwoodi Rudman, 1987

Patrik Good Thank you, Gary. One day, I'll know how you got to this ID. Colourforms are too tricky for me. On all the pictures I have got of this individual it looks as if it had some deformity of the tail.

Patrik Good Gary Cobb, do you remember the book and page you found this colourform?

Gary Cobb No sorry Patrik but will try to find it again:(

Harvey Buyst Olympus Epl1, 60mm, 1/160, f10, iso200, Inon S2000

Ron Silver Chromodoris collingwoodi

Message posted on Wetpixel Underwater Photography on 03 May 2013
Taxonomy
Animalia (Kingdom)
  Mollusca (Phylum)
    Gastropoda (Class)
      Heterobranchia (Subclass)
        Opisthobranchia (Infraclass)
          Nudibranchia (Order)
            Euctenidiacea (Suborder)
              Doridacea (Infraorder)
                Doridoidea (Superfamily)
                  Chromodorididae (Family)
                    Chromodoris (Genus)
                      Chromodoris collingwoodi (Species)
Associated Species