September 29, 1999
From: Andy Horton
There is a small list of Nudibranch records from British seas on the British Marine Life Study Society website at
The page includes a handful of photographs.
The Society is responsible for producing the journal GLAUCUS, which is the first publication exploring the marine life of the seas surrounding the British Isles available to the general public. We also publish the bi-monthly SHOREWATCH Newsletter and the TORPEDO Electronic News Bulletin.
Our aim is to stimulate interest in the undersea world and natural history of the seas, and related subjects and to bridge the gap between the popular books and scientific literature by publishing readable and informative articles on marine life and the ocean environment
The name GLAUCUS is not named after the sea slug, but after the Greek mythological character. It is meant to mean the colour of the sea.
British Marine Life Study Society
email@example.comHorton, A., 1999 (Sep 29) Records of British Nudibranchs . [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/1377
Thanks for the information Andy,
I have been trying to prepare a page on websites, but I never quite get it finished. When I do, your site will be there.