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Dendrodoris krusensternii (J.E. Gray, 1850) [Actinodoris]

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Dendrodoris krusensternii can be distinguished by the bright blue spots in depressions between the large brown and white fleshy tubercles.
This picture shows a juvenile specimen.
This species was posted on 28 May 2003 at these websites as Dendrodoris denisoni (Angas, 1864) [Doris],
Valdés & Fahey (2006) considered D.denisoni synonymous with
Dendrodoris krusensternii (J.E. Gray, 1850) [Actinodoris].
Reference:
Valdés Á. & Fahey S.J. (2006) Dorid nudibranchs described by J.E. Gray in M.E. Gray, 1842-1857 (Mollusca Opisthobranchia).
Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 69: 95-102.
More information on Dendrodoris krusensternii as Dendrodoris denisoni are on Bill Rudman's Sea-Slug Forum!
How to cite:
Köhler, E. (2017), published 17 March 2017, Dendrodoris krusensternii (J.E. Gray, 1850)
available from https://www.Philippine-Sea-Slugs.com/Nudibranchia/Euctenidiacea/Dendrodoris_krusensternii.htm