July 5, 1999
From: Bill Rudman
One species, the spectacularly coloured Cyerce nigricans, is common throughout the Indo-West Pacific and the other, Polybranchia pallens, is endemic to southeastern Australia. It is very similar in shape and colour to Polybranchia orientalis, but differs in having direct developing larvae.
If anyone has a better photo of Cyerce nigricans I would be grateful.
Bill Rudman.Rudman, W.B., 1999 (Jul 5). Comment on Cyerce and Polybranchia by Bill Rudman. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/1017
Is this poisonous? I think i was stung.
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