February 21, 2005
From: Jim Lyle
Concerning Julianne's message [#13182], I think it is Gastropteron chacmol. The G. chacmol that we have been finding in Cozumel, Mexico look exactly like Julianne's image shown in ambient light. It's only when you light them with a strobe that you can see that they are indeed red with a yellow margin.
Locality: Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico, Caribbean. Depth: 10 meters, Length: 6 mm. 8 February 2005. on sand. Photographer: Jim Lyle.
firstname.lastname@example.orgLyle, J., 2005 (Feb 21) Re: Elysia from Belize?. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/13184
Thanks for sorting that out. If any one has photos of real Gastropteron vespertilium that I can add to the Forum I would be grateful.
Gastropteron chacmol from San Andres, Colombia
From: Les Wilk, January 21, 2006
Re: Colour variation in Gastropteron chacmol
From: James Lyle, August 31, 2005
Gastropteron chacmol mating?
From: Anne DuPont, August 30, 2005
Elysia from Belize?
From: Julianne Parolisi, February 19, 2005
Colour variation in Gastropteron chacmol
From: Marina Poddubetskaia, March 4, 2004
Gastropteron chacmol from the Bahamas
From: Colin Redfern, January 20, 2004
Gastropteron rubrum vs G. chacmol
From: Terry Gosliner, January 20, 2004
Gastropteron from the west Atlantic
From: Bill Rudman, January 20, 2004
Gastropteron rubrum from the Bahamas
From: Anne DuPont, January 16, 2004