Hunter Chromodoris

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The Hunter Chromodoris (Chromodoris hunterae) is a small dorid nudibranch species that belongs to the family Chromodorididae. It can be found in the waters of south eastern Australia and in New South Wales it is known to occur from Port Stephens to Eden. This species looks very similar in appearance to several other species including , Chromodoris splendida and is very similar to Noumea haliclona. Chromodoris hunterae can be recognised by its small size, the continuous yellow line around the mantle edge, the small red spots over the white mantle and the gills and rhinophores are white.

The Hunter Chromodoris (Chromodoris hunterae) grows to a maximum length of approximately 3cm.

Family: Chromodorididae

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