July 17, 2003
From: Mary Jane Adams
Here are a couple of candidates for Phyllidiella cooraburrama. They are both from from North Save a Tack Passage, Namena Island, Fiji.
The upper one was about 22mm long and about 18 meters deep. I photographed it on May 17, 2003. It seems to be enjoying a meal of orange sponge.
The lower one was about 24mm long and 21 meters deep. I shot it on May 18, 2003.
email@example.comAdams, M.J., 2003 (Jul 17) Phyllidiella cooraburrama from Fiji. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/10280
Thanks Mary Jane,
I'm pretty sure these are Phyllidiella cooraburrama. As I said about your photo from Truk Lagoon, the combination of characters are fairly unique.