January 29, 2001
From: Jane McLeish
I was diving in New Zealand over Christmas and need help in identifying some nudibranchs. I've just started taking an interest in these strange, but beautiful creatures, so please excuse my ignorance.
One was white in colour with orange patches on it, and the other was black, with bright blue patches on it. I saw them while I was diving the Poor Knights Islands.
Sorry, I can't say much more, but any help would be excellent
Thanks so much.
firstname.lastname@example.orgMcLeish, J., 2001 (Jan 29) Help me identify NZ nudibranchs please.. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/3636
Have a look at the photos at the top of each species page, and at the messages below them for more information about these two.
However, you haven't given me an awful lot to go on so there is a possibility that I've got it wrong.
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