August 30, 2007
From: Elisabetta Guerrini
Please, tell me your opinion about this new friend found in Tirrenian Sea!
I think that it could be a Polybranchia but it sounds really strange for our area and it shows different coloration from all the others I saw in pictures.
Locality: Formiche di Grosseto, 7.2 m, Italy, Tirrenian Sea, 19 August 2007. Length: about 4 cm. Photographer: Elisabetta Guerrini.
firstname.lastname@example.orgGuerrini, E., 2007 (Aug 30) New Polybranchia? in Mediterrean Sea. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/20535
I am pretty sure this is Cyerce cristallina, which is a genus closely related to Polybranchia.
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