A new species of Nudibranchia of the genus Doriopsilla Bergh (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia) from South Africa
Basteria , Volume 65 - Issue 1/3 p. 61- 68
A new species of the nudibranch genus Doriopsilla Bergh, 1880, D. debruini, is described from Hout Bay, South Africa. The new species is distinguished externally by a number of large dark brown patches, the presence of high rhinophore sheaths and a very deep notch on the anterior foot. Internally the arrangement of the organs is typical for the genus with the presence of a large female gland and a flat prostatic gland. Differences between the known species are tabulated.
|Nudibranchia, Doriopsilla, taxonomy, Opisthobranchia, South Africa, Dendrodorididae|
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Antonio S. Perrone. (2001). A new species of Nudibranchia of the genus Doriopsilla Bergh (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia) from South Africa. Basteria, 65(1/3), 61–68.
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