June 11, 2008
From: Teresa Zuberbühler
Concerning message #7648:
I send you here some more pictures of Thecacera sp. 2.
One specimen was really tiny, about 7 mm, probably a juvenile! The large one you see eating a bryozoan.
Locality: Komodo (small nudi) and Sulawesi, 15-20 m, Indonesia, Pacific, July 2005, sand and rubble with little coral cover. Length: 7 mm (small) and 2 cm. Photographer: Teresa (Zubi) Zuberbühler.
Teresa (Zubi) Zuberbühler
firstname.lastname@example.orgZuberbühler, T., 2008 (Jun 11) Re: Thecacera sp. 2?. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/21601
Thanks for these photos. Apart from the feeding record they show the strange ribbed 'plate' at the base of the rhinophore stalk very well. As I have mentioned before it looks a though it could be a sensory structure
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