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Chromodoris magnifica has longitudinal blue, black, white and yellow lines with orange gills and rhinophores. This species is easily confused with the similar looking Chromodoris quadricolor. Chromodoris magnifica can be distinguished by its submarginal orange border.
This nudibranch is found in the Western Pacific Ocean from Indonesia and the Philippines to New Guinea and Eastern Australia.
Spotted on Oct 5, 2012
Submitted on Nov 8, 2012
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