Yellow Doris

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The Yellow Doris (Doris cameroni) is a small dorid nudibranch species that is endemic to the waters of south eastern Australia. This nudibranch is part of the Dorididae family. This species is known to occur from Coffs Harbour in northern New South Wales to the eastern waters of South Australia. The mantle of this species is coloured yellow and the mantle is covered many rounded tubercules and each tubercule generally has a small black spot but there may be as many as three spots on each tubercule. The rhinophores and gills are generally the same colour as the mantle.

The Yellow Doris (Doris cameroni) is known to grow to a maximum length of approximately 2cm.

Family: Dorididae

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