Marcus & Marcus, 1963
UPPER: Havana, Cuba. Photo: Angel Valdes.
LOWER: Santa Marta, Colombia. 8mm long. Photo: Phanor Montoya.
"Both C. clenchi and C. binza have in common an hourglass yellow pattern on the dorsum, which is absent in C. neona. However, C. clenchi has well-defined, rounded and violet dorsal spots, surrounded by thin red lines, whereas C. binza has a much more irregular pattern with a red network of lines surrounding irregular pale blue areas". [From Angel Valdes's message distinguishing these three species].
See Angel Valdes' other message discussing this species and the similarly coloured C. britoi, C. clenchi and C. neona.
See Linda Ianniello's message comparing C. binza and C. clenchi from Florida.
• Ortea, J., Valdés, A. & Espinosa, J. (1994) North Atlantic nudibranchs of the Chromodoris clenchi colour group (Opisthobranchia: Chromododorididae). Journal of Molluscan Studies, 60: 237-248.
Rudman, W.B., 2000 (October 9) Chromodoris binza Marcus & Marcus, 1963. [In] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/factsheet/chrobinz
Re: Feeding observations on Chromodoris binza
From: Linda Ianniello, May 19, 2009
Feeding observations on Chromodoris binza
From: Anne DuPont, May 18, 2009
Material of Chromodoris binza from Caribbean Sea
From: Vinicius Padula, April 1, 2006
Venezuelan Chromodoris binza
From: Nelsy Rivero, August 11, 2003
Re: Photos of Chromodoris clenchi
From: Angel Valdes, October 15, 2000
Colombian Chromodoris clenchi is C. binza
From: Angel Valdes, October 11, 2000
Chromodoris clenchi from Colombia
From: Phanor Montoya, October 10, 2000