January 25, 2000
From: Mary Jane Adams
Here is the Chelidonura electra I mentioned in my message about mating & trail-following in Chelidonura inornata. This species also traversed the sponge, apparently following the same mucous trail.
Divesite: "Tuhlagi Twin Tunnels, a coral reef in the Florida Group of the Solomon Islands,12 meters, November 24, 1999.
Mary Jane Adams
email@example.comAdams, M.J., 2000 (Jan 25) Chelidonura electra from Solomons. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/1778
Dear Mary Jane,
I think Chelidonura electra is one of the most beautiful of the opisthobranchs. It does not have the showiness or gaudy colours of a chomodorid but its simple lines and colour certainly give it class.