August 17, 2007
From: Jackie Hildering & Glen Miller
Concerning message #20378:
My belief that the egg mass in the earlier message belonged to Peltodoris nobilis is based on having seen what is captured in these photos. Always risky I strongly realize, but I believe we have Peltodoris nobilis laying an egg mass of the same morphology?
Locality: Five Fathom Rock, Port Hardy, 40', British Columbia, Canada, Pacific Ocean, 19 November 2005, Rocky bottom. Length: + 18 cm . Photographer: Glen Miller.
email@example.comHildering, J. & Miller, G., 2007 (Aug 17) Re: Peltodoris nobilis eggs (British Columbia). [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/20479
Thanks Jackie and Glen,
I like to have some visual evidence on the Forum, and this photo certainly supports your suggested identification. Since this identity question arose I note that we have a message from Jim Lyle [#18682] which has a photo confirming your identification. All in all a good result - if perhaps a little out of order.
Peltodoris nobilis eggs (British Columbia)
From: Jackie Hildering, August 14, 2007
Peltodoris nobilis from California waters
From: Ken Tucker, August 9, 2007
Peltodoris nobilis mating
From: Jim Lyle, December 4, 2006
Fish attacking Peltodoris nobilis
From: Leslie Harris, July 12, 2006
Peltodoris nobilis from Puget Sound, Washington
From: Jan Kocian, April 28, 2006
Re: Anisodoris nobilis - Peltodoris or Archidoris?
From: Angel Valdes, April 4, 2006
Anisodoris nobilis - Peltodoris or Archidoris?
From: Bill Rudman, April 3, 2006
Peltodoris nobilis from Santa Cruz Is.
From: Kevin Lee, April 3, 2006
Mating Anisodoris nobilis
From: Bruce Wight, October 1, 2001
Re: Anisodoris nobilis? from California
From: Bruce Wight, January 25, 2001
Anisodoris nobilis from Santa Cruz Island
From: Jeff Goddard, January 25, 2001
Anisodoris nobilis? from California
From: Deb Lantis, January 21, 2001
Another photo of Anisodoris nobilis
From: Bruce Wight, October 12, 2000