June 11, 2005
From: Bruce Potter
I notice that you have only one record on the forum for Platydoris sp 4. I found this specimen at my favourite nudibranch site just on the outskirts of Honiara. It was a night dive in June of last year. It was about 30mm long and found at 8 meters depth.
Locality: Honiara, Solomon Islands, Pacific Ocean. Depth: 8 meters. Length: 30 mm.June 2005. coral, rubble, sand. Photographer: Bruce Potter
This is a coral and rubble site with lots of sponges weeds and algae.
Potter, B., 2005 (Jun 11) Platydoris sp. 4 from Solomon Ids. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/13637
Thanks for this. I don't think this species has been named recently but hopefully if it has, someone will let me know. It certainly appear to have caryophyllidia on the mantle.