August 22, 2003
From: Rudolph van Jaarsveld
Some photos of Tambja capensis from Port Elizabeth, South Africa. I found 5 of the animals in a small area of about a square meter. I did not see any other during the rest of the dive. Depth 13 meters, water temp 14 deg. Celsius.
firstname.lastname@example.org Jaarsveld, R., 2003 (Aug 22) Tambja capensis from South Africa. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/10722
Species of Tambja feed on arborescent [plant-like] colonies of bryozoans, so when you find them clustered together it usually indicates that they are feeding, or that their food is nearby. It may be worth looking at any other photos you took of them to see if they are on, or near a plant-like bryozoan colony