April 12, 2005
From: Kathe R. Jensen
Dear Bill & Mike,
Concerning message #13234: I think that Kerry Clark collected Ercolania fuscovittata a single time in Florida, so I wouldn't exactly call it invasive. However, it probably has been introduced through human activities, but whether it has established a successful, breeding population, I don't know.
I think Kerry's record has been listed in his paper about sacoglossans as species at risk:
Clark, K.B. 1994. Ascoglossan (=Sacoglossa) molluscs in the Florida Keys: rare marine invertebrates at special risk. Bull. Mar. Sci. 54: 900-916.
firstname.lastname@example.orgJensen, K.R., 2005 (Apr 12) Re: Information on Ercolania fuscovittata. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/13434
Re: Ercolania fuscovittata or Stiliger fuscovittatus ?
From: Kathe R. Jensen, March 4, 2006
Ercolania fuscovittata or Stiliger fuscovittatus ?
From: Cynthia Trowbridge, March 3, 2006
Re: Information on Ercolania fuscovittata
From: Cynthia Trowbridge, April 12, 2005
Information on Ercolania fuscovittata
From: Michael Andres, March 3, 2005