February 14, 2008
From: Daisuke Nakayama
Please give us the name of this species. Is it Aglajid sp. 6?
Locality: PJ, 7-12 m, Bali, Indonesia, 21 jan 2008, muddy. Length: 40 mm. Photographer: Toru TSUDA.
thank you very much.
firstname.lastname@example.orgNakayama, D., 2008 (Feb 14) Aglajid sp. 6 from Bali. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/21375
Thanks very much for this photo. It is certainly the animal I have called Aglajid sp. 6. As I said about the earlier message from Malaysia, we will need to know something about its anatomy before we can even be sure which Family it belongs to. I am sure it has an internal shell. In earlier times species were often named just from the shape of their shell, so it is possible this animal has a name, but until we can see what the hidden shell in your animal looks like we won't be able to say if it already has a name or not.
Small Noalda? species
From: Atsushi Ono, April 9, 2010
Aglajid sp. 6 - mating and egg case
From: Kwang Kai Leong, March 19, 2008
Re: Flatworm? from Malaysia
From: Michelle Tay & Jeffree Shahrizal, June 6, 2005
Flatworm? from Malaysia
From: Michelle Tay & Jeffree Shahrizal, June 4, 2005