December 1, 2005
From: Ross Armstrong
We think this might be a pale colour form of Dendrodoris citrina but wondered if you could confirm.
Locality: Half Moon Bay, Stewart Island, New Zealand. South Pacific Ocean. Depth: 10 m. Length: 70 mm. 19 November 2005. On sand by kelp bed. Photographer: Diane Armstrong
Ross and Diane Armstrong
firstname.lastname@example.orgArmstrong, R.W., 2005 (Dec 1) Dendrodoris citrina from sthn New Zealand. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/15382
Dear Ross and Diane,
Yes this seems to be a very pale form of Dendrodoris citrina. The peppering of white specks over the mantle seem to be a charcteristic of thsi species.