Fjordia browni (Picton, 1980)
Coryphella browni Picton, 1980
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Distribution and status
Ecology and behaviour
- Coryphella lineata (Lovén, 1846) - White lines run along dorsum and sides of body, and the full lengths of the rhinophores and oral tentacles.
- Coryphella gracilis (Alder & Hancock, 1844) - Distal white ring on cerata narrower than on C. browni. Maximum size 15 mm.
- Coryphella verrucosa (M. Sars, 1829) - Interrupted white dorsal line on body becomes continuous on tail. Distal white ring on cerata narrower than on C. browni.
- Flabellina pellucida (Alder & Hancock, 1843) - White pigment covers distal end, including apex, of cerata.
Key identification features
- Excluding appendages, the only surface pigment on the body is the interrupted white medial line from the rear cerata to tip of the tail.
- Broad white ring on cerata distally, but no pigment on apex .
Taxon version key
Synonym Flabellina browni Picton, 1980 (Accepted by WoRMS)
Body (excluding appendages)