January 1, 2005
From: Kristin Anderson
The closest I can find is from H. Debelius' Nudibranchs & Sea Slugs Indo Pacific Field Guide pg 167 - Thuridilla indopacifica.
Is this correct or is it some other species?
Locality: Exmouth Gulf, Western Australia, Indian Ocean
Depth: 7 m. Length: 5 mm. 29 December 2004
silty bottom; on underside of rock covered with algae
Photographer: Kristin Anderson
email@example.comAnderson, K.J., 2005 (Jan 1) Thuridilla indopacifica from Ningaloo Reef, W.A.. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/12864
Yes this is Thuridilla indopacifica. It is not quite as spectacularly coloured as in Debelius's photo but is almost identical to a photo in Gosliner (1987 - photo 46, Elysia sp. 1) which Gosliner identifies as this species in his description of it (Gosliner, 1995). Nice to get another species to add to the Forum.