March 8, 2001
From: Bernard Picton
Here are photos of a Eubranchus species from Hong Kong which I identified as Eubranchus inabai Baba, 1964. They were found feeding on small hydroids on Sargassum in shallow water.
UPPER PHOTO: NW Kong Chau, Mirs Bay - 11 April 1983 - 5mm long [BEPHK91]
LOWER PHOTO: West Pak Sha Chau, Mirs Bay - 14 April 1983 - 5m - 4mm long [BEPHK190]
email@example.comPicton, B., 2001 (Mar 8) Eubranchus inabai from Hong Kong. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/3934
This gives me a reason to post some photos of this species from eastern Australia. I don't know if the occurrence in Australia is part of its natural distribution or the result of shipping, although the region where they were found, is a small fishing village rather than an international sea port.
Eubranchus inabai from Japan.
From: Jun Imamoto, September 11, 2002
Re: Eubranchus inabai from Australia
From: Richard.Willan, March 13, 2001
Re: Eubranchus inabai from eastern Australia
From: Bernard Picton, March 9, 2001
Eubranchus inabai from eastern Australia
From: Bill Rudman, March 8, 2001