May 3, 2001
From: Scott Johnson
It may be that we haven't been doing enough deeper water searching to find Chromodoris petechialis. I recall seeing a large red spotted chromodorid in a bottle of formalin some years ago. It had been collected a few days before by a special student program at the University of Hawaii called the Marine Options Program. The animal was brought up from a bottom trawl taken in, I believe, about 100 meters of water. The person who showed me the animal was not sure. Unfortunately, I was able to superficially examine it for only a few minutes, and was not able to talk them out of it. Perhaps we can get some of those folks using electronic rebreathers to keep their eyes open for it.
firstname.lastname@example.orgJohnson, S., 2001 (May 3) Re: nudibranch extinction? (4). [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/4282
More hope for Chromodoris petechialis
From: John Hoover, January 22, 2002
Chromodoris petechialis still missing
From: John Hoover, January 21, 2002
Re: nudibranch extinction? (1)
From: Cynthia Trowbridge, May 2, 2001
Re: nudibranch extinction? (2)
From: John Hoover, May 2, 2001
Re: nudibranch extinction? (3)
From: Mary Jane Adams, May 2, 2001
The first known nudibranch extinction?
From: Bill Rudman, April 28, 2001