April 5, 2006
From: Binyamin Koretz
It occurred to me that with an a unknown species such as this it would be worth adding the sighting of a second specimen of 'Aglajid sp. 9' to your record. As you can see, it has the same very high headshield horn, and is a bit darker than the 1st sighting, with the same overall color pattern. And while you can see the shell through the translucent skin, I'm pretty sure there's no hole there.
Locality: Eilat, Village Beach, 17 m, Israel, Red Sea, 29 October 2005, sand and rubble slope. Length: 15 mm. Photographer: Binyamin and Shulamit Koretz.
email@example.comKoretz, B., 2006 (Apr 5) Another 'Aglajid sp 9' from the Red Sea. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/16495
Thanks for another sighting. If it were not in a marine reserve I would ask if you could collect some specimens.