Cabangus regius (Pola & Stout, 2008) [Dendronotus]

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Cabangus regius has characteristic orange rhinophores with black tips, most of the specimens from Indonesia have bright orange tips of the rhinophores. There are brown spots on the translucent or translucent-orange body. All other species of the genus Dendronotus are from cold Northern waters. This species was posted on 11 October 2008 at these websites as Dendronotus sp. A,
I changed on 23 July 2010 into Dendronotus regius  Pola & Stout, 2008. Some of these pictures are a video capture, so the resolution is not high.
There are some pictures of Dendronotus regius from the Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia online, more pictures were at NUDI PIXEL, this website is down, the pictures are gone.

Korshunova et al. (2020) moved this species into the genus Cabangus  Korshunova, Bakken, Grøtan, K. B. Johnson, Lundin & Martynov, 2020,
I changed on 26 November into Cabangus regius (Pola & Stout, 2008) [Dendronotus].
How to cite:
Köhler, E. (2020), published 26 November 2020, Cabangus regius (Pola & Stout, 2008)
available from https://www.Philippine-Sea-Slugs.com/Nudibranchia/Cladobranchia/Cabangus_regius.htm


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