February 2, 2006
From: Vinicius Padula
I don´t know what species this specimen of Berthella belongs to. Maybe Berthella stellata.
Locality: Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Atlantic Ocean. Depth: 1 meter. Length: 8 mm. 30 January 2006. Intertidal. Photographer: Vinicius Padula
In the same locality the specimens of Berthella agassizi are pink, with different appearance to this animal (I´m travelling and haven´t photos to send now).
firstname.lastname@example.orgPadula, V., 2006 (Feb 2) Berthella sp. from Brazil. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/15726
One you stop travelling, some photos of pink B. agassizi would be very welcome. It's possible these are B. stellata. Marcus (1957) described Berthella tupala from Brazil, which I am pretty sure is now considered a synonym of the widespread B. stellata.
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