June 2, 2008
From: Leo Shaw
Concerning message #15094:
Anyone have images of eggs of Taylor's sea hare? And can you identify these eggs?
email@example.comShaw, L., 2008 (Jun 2) Egg ribbon of Phyllaplysia taylori. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/21589
Phyllaplysia taylori has a flattened egg ribbon similar to that of Phyllaplysia padinae [message #7420] rather than the tangled mass produced by many sea hares. In her message [#15094], Nicole mentions that the 'eggs are small flat and yellowish', by which I guess she means the eggs are yellow and encased in a flattened egg ribbon. It would certainly be nice to have a photo on the Forum of its egg ribbon.
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