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Pretty similar is Miamira cf. sinuata which lacks the white markings at the rhinophores and gills.
Miamira sinuata is in many older uw-guides labelled Orodoris sinuata, newer guides use the names Ceratosoma sinuata or Ceratosoma sinuatum, because Valdés & Gosliner (1999) synonymized Miamira and Orodoris with Ceratosoma.
This species was posted on 21 April 2003 at these websites as Ceratosoma sinuata (van Hasselt, 1824) [Doris],
on 8 July 2007 changed into Ceratosoma sinuatum (van Hasselt, 1824) [Doris], read on this the Sea-Slug Forum.
R.F. Johnson & Gosliner (2012) moved it to the reerected ("rescued from synonymy") genus Miamira Bergh, 1875.
Valdés, Ángel & Gosliner, Terrence M. (1999) Reassessment of the systematic status of Miamira Bergh, 1875 and Orodoris Bergh, 1875 (Nudibranchia; Chromodorididae) in light of phylogenetic analysis.
Journal of Molluscan Studies, 65:33-45.
Rebecca Fay Johnson & Terrence M. Gosliner. 2012.
Traditional Taxonomic Groupings Mask Evolutionary History:
A Molecular Phylogeny and New Classification of the Chromodorid Nudibranchs. online at
More information on Miamira sinuata as Ceratosoma sinuatum are on Bill Rudman's Sea-Slug Forum!
How to cite:
Köhler, E. (2017), published 26 September 2017, Miamira sinuata (van Hasselt, 1824)
available from https://www.Philippine-Sea-Slugs.com/Nudibranchia/Euctenidiacea/Miamira_sinuata.htm