March 19, 2008
From: Kwang Kai Leong
We found about 40 - 50 of this aglajid on the sea floor moving in a south by south east direction. A lot of them were carrying an egg case. A few pairs was mating. On that day there was a new moon at 7 am.
Locality: Tekek House reef, Tioman Island, 18.2 meters, Pahang, Malaysia, South China Sea, 10 November 2007, Sandy Bottom. Length: 1 - 3 inches. Photographer: KL Kwang.
Kwang Kai Leong
Kwang, K. L. , 2008 (Mar 19) Aglajid sp. 6 - mating and egg case. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/21130
Thanks for these interesting photographs and the background information. It would be very interesting to know something about the animal. It does not seem to have been described, but it is possible it has been named solely on a shell which will be a reduced flattened plate. All we can see of the shell in your photos is the white patch through the round hole ringed in black on the back of the animal. As I have said previously, I suspect it is an aglajid but we can only be sure if we have a look at its anatomy.
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