Martynov and Baranetz, 2002
Known only from the Kuril Islands, in Okhotsk Sea and northern Japan Sea
Iturup Island, intertidal, Russia, Pacific Ocean, July 23, 2005, under stones. Length: 4-5 cm. Photographer: Chernyshev A.V..
Colga minichevi Martynov and Baranetz, 2002 is very similar to Colga villosa and C. pacifica, but differs by smooth edge of the rhinophoral pockets and lacking of the rachidian tooth. This species is found from along the Kuril Islands, in Okhotsk Sea and northern Japan Sea (Martynov and Baranetz, 2002). See Colga pacifica for comparison of 3 known species
Martynov A.V., Baranetz O.N. (2002). A revision of the genus Colga Bergh (Opisthobranchia, Polyceridae), with description of a new species from the North Pacific. Ruthenica, 12(1): 23-43 (in Russian).
Chernyshev A.V., 2006 (April 12) Colga minichevi Martynov and Baranetz, 2002 . [In] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/factsheet/colgmini