Dendrodoris guttata
(Odhner, 1917)

Suborder: DORIDINA
Family: Dendrodorididae


Indo-West Pacific


Iluka, North coast New South Wales, Australia. March 1982. 46mm long alive. Photos: Bill Rudman.

Characterised by the pale yellow to orange-brown background colour of the mantle, and the scattered black spots, each ringed with a diffuse whitish band.

• Odhner, N.H. 19l7. Results of Dr. E. Mjobergs Swedish scientific expeditions to Australia 1910-13, Pl. 17, Mollusca. Kungl. Svenska vetenskaps Akademiens Handlingar, 52(16): 1-115, Pls. 13.

Authorship details
Rudman, W.B., 2000 (June 12) Dendrodoris guttata (Odhner, 1917). [In] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from

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