December 14, 2009
From: Mónica Alonso
We found this specimen of Glossodoris at the Red Sea, in a place called Erg Somaya, near Hurghada.
We think it matches with Glossodoris sp.16 with no actual name.
Locality: Erg Somaya, near Hurghada, 15-18 m, Egypt, Red Sea, 10 June 2009. Length: 2-3 cm. Photographer: Luis Abad.
email@example.comMónca Alonso, 2009 (Dec 14) Glossodoris sp. 16 from the Egyptian Red Sea. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/22960
Yes this is what I am calling Glossodoris sp. 16. I am calling it that because at present it does not have a name. The yellowish sponge it is on could well be its food.