March 15, 2000
From: Erik Schloegl
May I ask for an ID on this nudibranch? I found it at a depth of 15m on rocky reef, on November 7, 1998 at Moon Island, off Swansea on the Central Coast of New South Wales.
email@example.comSchloegl, E., 2000 (Mar 15) Unknown nudibranch from central New South Wales. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/2069
This a Hoplodoris nodulosa another common southeastern Australian species I feel guilty about having avoided until know.
It was one of the first species described from Sydney Harbour (Angas, 1864) and is fairly easily identified from the large rounded nodules and the median patch on the mantle behind the rhinophores which is often devoid of nodules and usually a darker colour than the rest of the mantle.
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