January 27, 2010
From: Erling Svensen
Here is a photo of Charcotia granulosa from Antarctic peninsula last year.
Locality: Antarctic peninsula, 15 meter, Anarctica, March 2008. Length: 4 cm. Photographer: Erling Svensen.
email@example.com (Jan 27) Charcotia granulosa from Antarctica. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/23039
Thanks for this photo. There are very few photos of the living animal, so this is of great interest. In an earlier message on Charcotia granulosa [#19508] I discuss how the tentacular shape of the rhinophores [head tentacles] in the accompanying photo is rather different from Heike Wagele's description of 'flap-like' tentacles in her description of preserved animals. Your photo explains the difference as it shows a flap-like base and a short tentacles which I presume can greatly extend when the animal is not disturbed.
This is an interesting new bit of information
Re: Charcotia granulosa from the Antarctic Peninsula
From: Kevin Lee, March 19, 2010
Charcotia granulosa from the Antarctic Peninsula
From: Kevin Lee, March 18, 2010
Charcotia granulosa from Antarctica
From: David Cothran, February 22, 2007