July 28, 2003
From: Jamila Ben Soussi
Concerning the species you tentatively identified as Jorunna tomentosa - after reading of the comments by Peter H. van Bragt and Alma Sanchez, it might help to say that this nudibranch, unlike the other species collected in the Southern lagoon of Tunis, is particularly very rough to the touch. Hopefully this detail can help with the determination.
Jamila Ben Soussi
email@example.comBen Soussi, J., 2003 (Jul 28) Re: Jorunna tomentosa from Tunisia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/10554
Yes that does help. As Peter and Alma suggested, it seems your animal is a species of Discodoris. I am afraid we can't really confirm what species it is until we have a better idea of the relationship between those found in the Atlantic and the Indo-West Pacific.