July 10, 2007
From: Brian Francisco
We found this interesting Flabellina yesterday. I thought it was unusual because of the little purplish dots on the cerata.
Locality: Tasi Tolu, 17 meters, East Timor, Banda Sea, 19 February 2007, sandy slope. Length: 1 cm. Photographer: Brian Francisco.
firstname.lastname@example.orgFrancisco, B., 2007 (Jul 10) Flabellina from East Timor. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/19503
This certainly looks like a species of Flabellina but it is not a species I am familar with. The red spots in a ring around each ceras is very distinctive. The purple rhinophores appear smooth, which also distinguishes it from most tropical Indo-West Pacific species.
Flabellina sp. 8 in the Marshall Islands
From: Scott Johnson, August 23, 2007
Flabellina sp. 8 from Lembeh, Indonesia
From: Mona Dienhart, August 10, 2007
Re: Flabellina from East Timor
From: Brian Francisco, July 30, 2007
Flabellina sp. 8 from Indonesia
From: Ken Tucker, July 30, 2007