Verrier's Chromodoris (Chromodoris verrieri) - Marine Life - Liveaboard Diving

Verrier's Chromodoris

Verrier's Chromodoris (Chromodoris verrieri) is a mainly white species with orange/brown rhinophores and a yellow or orange edge to its mantle. The species is easily confused or misidentified with C.albonares, which has white rhinophores. Both species occur in warm shallow waters across the Indo Pacific region.

Verrier's Chromodoris
Verrier's Chromodoris in Thailand
Credit: Alexander Kiermayer
Verrier's Chromodoris
Verrier's Chromodoris at The Similan Islands
Credit: Alexander Kiermayer
Verrier's Chromodoris Chromodoris verrieri
Scientific Rank
Mollusca (Mollusks / Molluscs)
Order: Nudibranchia (Nudibranchs)
Family: Chromodorididae (Chromodorididae)
Genus: Chromodoris (Chromodoris)
Species: Chromodoris verrieri

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