October 13, 1999
From: Richard Smith
I don't know if you remember but I wrote to you at the end of last year after spending 8 weeks with Operation Wallacea where I found a dozen or so unidentifieds. I went out there again this year for a further 8 weeks. My only job this time was to look for nudibranchs, and I found about 30 unidentifieds this time round. Some interesting things I found was a group of 5 or so Ilbia mariana, one of which I found last year, and you identified as being previously known only from Guam. I also found a Trapania toddi and various other species I'm sure you'll be seeing soon.
email@example.comSmith, R., 1999 (Oct 13) Operation Wallacea - progress report. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/1414
I look forward to seeing your finds, not just the unidentified, but any you think would be of interest.
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