May 13, 2009
From: Vishal Bhave
Concerning message #11360:
Here is Anteaeolidiella indica found under rocks in rockpool at 1 foot depth and , it was kept under observation in my home in tank - Laid a mass of egg under the rock
Locality: Rocky patch, Mandavi, Ratnagiri, 1 foot, Maharashtra, India, Arabian sea, 08 February 2009, Intertidal, beneath rocks in rockpool. Length: 18 mm. Photographer: Vishal Bhave.
Bhave, V.J., 2009 (May 13) Anteaeolidiella indica from Ratnagiri, India. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/22421
Thanks for these photos. The orange pattern which outlines white diamond-shaped marks on the back is very characteristic, but is sometimes difficult to see. In the top right corner of your photo with the egg ribbon I can see two sea anemones, which could well be the food of your animal.
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