November 1, 2000
From: Phanor Montoya
This aeolid was collected from Santa Marta, Colombia. It was 10mm long. The body was creamy white and looks similar to Spurilla neapolitana but I thinks this is not a Spurilla since the ceras aren't curved.
The photos don't help very much to identify this creature but I hope you can say anything about it.
Montoya, P., 2000 (Nov 1) Which aeolid is this one?. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/3130
I'm afraid I can't say a lot about this. Is the top photo of the same species as the lower two? The upper photo looks quite like Spurilla and does have curved cerata while the other two look quite different. The upper one has transverse ridges on the rhinophores, but I can't see enough details on the lower two photos to know whether its rhinophores are smooth or not.
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