September 18, 2007
From: Dimitris Poursanidis
These photos where taken at Lesvos island, in the northeastern Aegean Sea, 3 years ago.
I am not sure what species of Pleurobranchus it is but maybe it is P. forskalii...
Some help on this????
Locality: Lesvos Is, NE Aegean Sea, maybe 10 to 20 m, Greece, 10 January 2004, rocky. Length: ???. Photographer: George Filios.
email@example.comPoursanidis, D., 2007 (Sep 18) Pleurobranchus testudinarius from the Aegean Sea. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/20746
The high tubercles suggest that it is P. testudinarius, and I have ringed one tubercle which has part of the characteristic bluish-pinkish ring often found around the base in this species.
This dark reddish colour form with a white margin around the mantle edge does not seem to be a very common colour form but in one of Baki Yokes' photos from nearby Turkey [message #7200] there is an animal with a more usual colour pattern but with a white mantle border
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