June 14, 2005
From: Wagner Torres
Here is another opisthobranch from Brazil. I don't know if this animal with blue spots (small iridescent blue ring) is a Stylocheilus longicauda (maybe???)
I noticed it in my reef tank on the glass. I'd like to know what they are? I cannot identify!!
Can you help me? Thanks very much and kind regards from Brasil - And excuse my bad English
email@example.comTorres, W., 2005 (Jun 14) Navanax aenigmaticus from Brazil. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/14053
Don't worry about the bad English. This is Navanax aenigmaticus. It has not been recorded from Brasil under that name, but Ernst Marcus described a species Chelidonura evelinae from Sao Paulo [Marcus, 1955] which is surely the same. We have a tentative record from Rio de Janeiro in an earlier message [#11327] so its good to get a photo to confirm the find. I would appreciate any information on where the animal could have come from.
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