October 9, 2003
From: Ross W. Gundersen
Here is another sea slug from Jamaica. As I said in my first message, all specimens were collected from St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, West Indies. Photo: R. Gundersen.
Here is Discodoris evelinae. Found under a rock in Thallassia bed at 2 m depth.
Identified by description from Marcus of Jamaican material. Upper image is a lighter coloured juvenile. Juveniles still have the two characteristic rows of irregular dark spots.
email@example.comGundersen, R.W., 2003 (Oct 9) Discodoris evelinae from Jamaica. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/11113
I have also added the photo from your message about Dendrodoris krebsii, where you mention this species' habit of breaking off pieces of its mantle edge when disturbed.
As i say there, Discodoris evelinae may well be the same as the Indo-West Pacific species Discodoris lilacina which is well-known for his habit of breaking off the mantle skirt when disturbed. One of the other names for that species is Discodoris fragilis in recognition of this behaviour. [See autotomy Page.]
Discodoris evelinae from live rock shipment?
From: Brian K. Penney, April 22, 2008
Re: Information about Discodoris evelinae
From: Andrej Jaklin, March 27, 2006
Information about Discodoris evelinae
From: Rolando Cortés Vico, March 25, 2006
Discodoris evelinae with egg mass in Brazil
From: Vinicius Padula, September 21, 2005
Discodoris evelinae, pretty in pink?
From: Elianny Domínguez Tejo, June 15, 2001