March 9, 2004
From: Bill Rudman
Here are a few close-ups from Marina Poddubetskaia's recent message about Pauleo jubatus [#12377].
Upper right: shows head and faint rings on the rhinophore club.
Lower left: shows outer side of cerata with opaque white patching.
Lower right: shows inner [lower] side of cerata which lack pigmentation on the skin except near the tip. The brown is the digestive gland duct.
Bimini Islands, Bahamas, Western Atlantic. Site: Donut Reef. Depth: 10-12m. Length: 35mm, 45mm. February 09, 2004. Photos: Marina Poddubetskaia.
Rudman, W.B., 2004 (Mar 9) Pauleo jubatus from northern Bahamas . [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/12401
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