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Hypselodoris whitei

(A. Adams & Reeve, 1850)

Steve Smith Hypselodoris whitei Nambucca Reef, northern NSW.

Teoh Yew Aun What a beaut !!!

Steve Smith Thanks Teoh!

Marylin Batt Beautiful nudi, you have so many different ones down under, thanks for sharing it.

Scubashooters Dot Net Hey Steve!!! Great Nudi!!!! Nice shot!!! tks!!! :)

Steve Smith Thanks Marylin and Scubashooters!

Yutaka Takizawa Good Shoot(^o^)

Steve Smith Thanks Yutaka!

Message posted on Scubashooters.net on 04 Apr 2013
Steve Smith Hypselodoris whitei Nambucca Reef, northern NSW.

Ahmet Yay Nice color Steve Smith. Like it...

Steve Smith Thanks Ahmet!

Giorgio Cavallaro Uwp (Y)

Steve Smith Thanks Giorgio!

Dieter Kudler Never seen such a Nudi!

Steve Smith I've only seen this species once Dieter - luckily I had my camera with me :)

Message posted on UWphotographers on 04 Apr 2013
Scubashooters Dot Net I think this nudi is just lovely!!!! in Lembeh Canon Eos 400D Sealux Housing Canon 100mm Macro 1x Canon 580 EX 1x Inon Z240 F16@1/160 www.facebook.com/scubashooters www.scubashooters.net

Kati Burg Hello, please notice that this group is not a photo sharing group. If you want to find out about species name and details, please add location, size, depth and other helpful information. No need for camera details and photo settings.

Kati Burg This nudibranch is Hypselodoris whitei.

Scubashooters Dot Net I think this nudi is just lovely!!!! in Lembeh Canon Eos 400D Sealux Housing Canon 100mm Macro 1x Canon 580 EX 1x Inon Z240 F16@1/160

Ron Silver Hypselodoris whitei

Message posted on Wetpixel Underwater Photography on 13 Dec 2012
Gary Cobb We had a surgy couple of dives at Flinders Reef Moreton Island yesterday and found 26 species. Here is David Mullins, me and Jo posing at the surface interval in our new H1 Hybrid Waterproof drysuits, very warm aboard Mischief.

Gary Cobb Here the list of species we found: Berthellina citrina Chromodoris aspersa Chromodoris elisabethina Chromodoris lochi Cratena lineata Cratena simba Chromodoris burni Costasiella kuroshimae Doriprismatica atromarginata Elysia sp. 1 Goniobranchus collingwoodi Goniobranchus cf. verrieri Goniodoridella sp. 2 Hypselodoris whitei Plocamopherus imperialis Phyllidiopsis burni Phyllidiella pustulosa Phyllidiella lizae Risbecia godeffroyana Roboastra gracilis Thuridilla livida Thuridilla neona Thuridilla carlsoni Thuridilla gracilis Thuridilla splendens Trinchesia sp. 8

Patrik Good Congrats, good work. The variety of Thuridilla is exciting. With a few of the species I was not sure if they have just changed their names or if I just haven't come across them yet (eg. had to look Dori-S-prismatica atromarginata up).

Gary Cobb Sorry these suits are D1 species not H1!

Gary Cobb Patrik where did you find the spelling with an 's'? I had a re-look at the paper and it is spelled Doriprismatica, -> no 's'. Thanks! Yes we find quite a few Thuridilla at Flinders Reef.

Jim Anderson Your new suits are the business - I've been diving in one for 10 months, even down to 6 deg C. Not a problem your likely to have.

Gary Cobb Patrik the spelling of Doriprismatica is correct according to the paper.

Gary Cobb Hey Jim so you have a Di Hybrid?? Nice work. I love the suit!

Patrik Good Sorry Gary Cobb. Here the link I got it from: http://clade.ansp.org/obis/search.php/3587

Gary Cobb Patrik I think this site is old. It is saying Dorisprismatica is a synonym.

Gary Cobb I have written to Richard to get verification.

Ashley Missen Is there an email version coming out

Gary Cobb See thread above!

Gary Cobb 27 species actually!

Ajiex Dharma Hypselodoris???

Gary Cobb Where was this found?? What is its size?? It could be Hypselodoris maridadilus Rudman, 1977

Ajiex Dharma I found in seraya secret Tulamben Bali,the size is quite big i don't know exactly. ....have you been diving in tulamben area??

Gary Cobb No I have not dived there yet. Sounds good!

Ajiex Dharma You should try to dive there...!! :)

Jim Anderson ..or could it be Hypselodoris whitei (Adams & Reeve, 1850)

Gary Cobb Yes it could be Jim but the dorsal stripes are uninterrupted. H. white seems to be broken.

Jim Anderson are the white tips to the rhinofores typical of whitei - also according to Rudman whitei is west pacific and maridilus west indian ocean

Rosa Taberner Like these? https://picasaweb.google.com/115200152583597286235/FilipinasPalau2012#5747328657500936146

Rosa Taberner In Anilao-Batanga

Message posted on NUDIBRANCH LOVERS on 14 Jun 2012
Kati Burg ID help, please. Hypselodoris sp.? About 6 cm, found at 12 meters depth in Romblon Island, Philippines.

Vie Panyarachun Hypselodoris whitei.

Gary Cobb This Hypselodoris whitei is damaged probably from fish attack.

Kati Burg Thank you.

Lenny Kim You have even Hypselodoris whitei in Romblon. Great!

Blogie Robillo Which chromodorid is this? Help pls! :) Spotted between 20 to 25m, length 2cm.

Jeff Rosenfeld Hypselodoris whitei (Adams & Reeve, 1850) See http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/9522

Blogie Robillo Thanks Jeff!!

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