March 13, 2000
From: Erwin Koehler
This one is by Giovanni Marola email: email@example.com
The picture was made at Lankayan Island, eastern Sabah (Malaysia),
February 12, 2000 at a depth of about 18-24 meters, size not recorded.
Can you identify it?
Medslugs.Koehler@t-online.deKoehler, E., 2000 (Mar 13) Hypselodoris cf. bullocki. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/2073
All I can say is that it is probably part of the H. bullocki group. I have looked at the radula of most of the colour forms (but not the blue one) and can find no differences. I don't know if that means I should look more diligently, or if it is a very variable species or what. Any clues, like photos of egg masses and sponge food etc, of any colour forms would be of great interest.
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