January 20, 2009
From: Rob Blackmore
Concerning message #21205:
Hi there, I have just discovered many similar creatures at Mount Coolum beach on the Sunshine Coast today. I think they are probably more likely to be Glaucilla marginata? a close relative of Glaucus atlanticus.
Locality: Mount Coolum beach, Beach, Queensland, Pacific Ocean, 15 Jan 2009, Inter-Tidal beach. Length: 7 mm. Photographer: Rob Blackmore.
firstname.lastname@example.orgBlackmore, R.H., 2009 (Jan 20) Re: Tiny, elaborate creature at Stradbroke Island, Queenslan. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/22156
Yes this is Glaucilla. On reflection, Ken Thomas's animal - which your refer to - could well be Glaucilla marginata rather than Glaucus, but its a bit hard to be sure from the photo.
Glaucilla marginata from sthn Queensland
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