September 21, 2005
From: Vinicius Padula
I send this photo of a common species in the north litoral of Rio de Janeiro state - Discodoris evelinae.
Locality: Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Atlantic Ocean. Depth: 1 meter. Length: 30 mm. September 2005. Intertidal. Photographer: V.Padula
Padula, V.P., 2005 (Sep 21) Discodoris evelinae with egg mass in Brazil. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/14807
This is a valuable addition to the Forum. We now have a number of rather different looking animals on the Forum identified as Discodoris evelinae. I am afraid the original description of this species doesn't give me enough information on the external colour to know which is likely to be D. evelinae and which are not. It would be good to see photos of all the 'flat' dorids from your part of the Brazilian coastline so we could try and match them up with the species described by the Marcuses. Some no doubt would be quite easy to identify from their internal anatomy, but it might not be so easy to identify just from photos.
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