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Chromodoris verrieri

(Crosse, 1875)

Sven Kahlbrock Chromodoris verrieri (Crosse, 1875) at wreck of rosalie moller. 35 m depth

Message posted on NUDIBRANCH LOVERS on 23 May 2012
Sven Kahlbrock Chromodoris verrieri (Crosse, 1875) at wreck of Emperor Frazer, nightdive at 26m

David Kipling Is this the ex-liveaboard?

Sven Kahlbrock Jep, lokated at shaab mahmoudad, the ankerspot south of dunraven

Franz Brausam sehr sehr geil Sven :)

Message posted on NUDIBRANCH LOVERS on 05 May 2012
Alistair Merrifield Wondering if anyone can ID this. Not much of an ID shot - it was approx 2cm long, white body and gills, orange rhinophores and trim on body. Anilao, Philippines. Thanks!

Ashley Missen Chromodoris verrieri

Ashley Missen Don't forget to send your stats in Alistair

Alistair Merrifield Thanks, Ash. Finished working through philippines photos - which gives me more time! :)

Ryan Pearson Ideas?

Ryan Pearson I'm thinking it's Chromodoris verrieri with its gills hidden??

Ken Thongpila Hey Ryan, Nice to see you here :-) I will see you in Byron Bay in June :-) BTW I thought you into big stuffs... Great to see you interested the name of nudi too :-)

Ryan Pearson Hey Ken! I'm into everything marine, big or small :P I should see you at Byron in June but it's on at a tricky time for me this year so I'll have to wait until my exam timetable comes out to make the call :(

Patrik Good Looks like Seaway SW Wall, nudi size 30mm?

Ryan Pearson This was an old one that I'd forgotten to ID so I don't remember how big it was. But I you're quite right, it was the SW wall :)

Patrik Good Seaway Cruiseship Jetty, 30/4/2012, size 5mm (sitting on fishing line), 3 metres depth, 23 degree. Is it a cruiseship eating nudi? Does anyone know what it is? I think it might be too ugly to be a nudi but I still collected it.

Deb Aston My guess is a baby sea cucumber. Cruiseship jetty over my dead body!!!!!

Patrik Good Thank you, Deb. Found Analogium amakusanum (1), small Chromodoris verrieri (1), small Chromodoris geometrica (3), huge Flabellina rubrolineata (1), lots of Goniodoridella sp. 1 (biggest ever). Also collected some other fluff and nudi spawn that I will investigate tomorrow. Analogium amakusanum definitely made my dive.

Deb Aston still waiting for no 100!

Ryan Pearson Hey all, I'm new to this... thought you all could probably ID a few of these faster than I could :P

Gary Cobb I can't comment on the photos (Doh!) so here I go again....pic 1 and 10 Chromodoris verrieri (Cross, 1875), Pic 3 and 7 and 8 Pleurobranchus peronii Cuvier, 1804, pic 11 correct, pic 15 Syphonota geographica (Adams & Reeve, 1850), pic 16 Chromodoris cf. reticulata or as some say Chromodoris tinctoria but that species has white gills, pic 17 Hydatina physics (Linnaeus, 1758)

Ryan Pearson Wow, thanks Gary! :)

Gary Cobb My pleasure! Happy branching

Animalia (Kingdom)
  Mollusca (Phylum)
    Gastropoda (Class)
      Heterobranchia (Subclass)
        Opisthobranchia (Infraclass)
          Nudibranchia (Order)
            Euctenidiacea (Suborder)
              Doridacea (Infraorder)
                Doridoidea (Superfamily)
                  Chromodorididae (Family)
                    Chromodoris (Genus)
                      Chromodoris verrieri (Species)
Associated Species