Appearance''Chromodoris dianae'' can reach a maximum size of 4 cm length.
The body is elongate with a foot which is distinct from the upper body by a skirt like mantle hiding partially the foot.
This species is very similar in appearance to ''Chromodoris lochi'' although it can be distinguished from the latter by the broken black lines, and the sprinkling of white specks on the notum. ''Chromodoris dianae'' has pale-blue gills and rhinophores with distinct yellow-orange tips.
DistributionThis species is known only from the Philippines, Indonesia and Borneo.Rudman, W.B., 1998 . [In] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney.
Habitat''Chromodoris dianae'', like many other nudibranchs, feeds on sponges.
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