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Chelidonura alexisi  Gosliner, 2015

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Chelidonura alexisi is characterized by a black background colour and is densely covered with minute white spots, somehow similar to the chromodorid ‘Doriprismatica’ stellata (Rudman, 1986). It has like most species of Chelidonura a stubby right "tail' and a large fleshy left "tail".
Pretty similar are:
Chelidonura sandrana which has usually white and orange spots,
Chelidonura fulvipunctata which differs by white "W"-shaped mark on the head and
Chelidonura inornata which differs by a broad white band across the front of the head-shield with a yellow or orange edge to the antero-lateral lobes, and
has the minute white spots only over the outer surface of the parapodia
This species was posted on 3 August 2012 at these websites as Chelidonura sp. 04  Genus: A. Adams, 1850, on 25 May 2015 changed into
Chelidonura alexisi  Gosliner, 2015.
How to cite:
Köhler, E. (2016), published 24 June 2016, Chelidonura alexisi  Gosliner, 2015
available from https://www.Philippine-Sea-Slugs.com/Cephalaspidea/Chelidonura_alexisi.htm