October 26, 2009
From: Gary Cobb
Concerning message #131:
Hi Bill and everyone!
After a dive at Flinders Reef north of Moreton Island we discovered that we had a little gem! Thorunna montrouzieri where we had thought was T. daniellae.
After reading your Fact Sheet I thought I should let you know that this area is revealing many Opisthobranchs thought only to be far north of us.
Locality: Flinders Reef, Moreton Island, Depth 15 m, Queensland, Australia, Pacific Ocean, 06 October 2009, Subtidal. Length: Length 10 mm. Photographer: Gary Cobb and David Mullins.
email@example.comCobb, G.C., 2009 (Oct 26) Thorunna montrouzieri found sthrn Queensland. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/22689
Thanks for this nice little addition to our knowledge