May 25, 2001
From: Julie Marshall
Attached are two photos to add to your Cerberilla affinis page. The upper photo shows the animal at rest with the long cerata lying flat and pointing backwards. When Cerberilla affinis is disturbed the longest cerata are extended and they writhe about as in the lower right photo. This animal was 45 mm in size and was found on the sand in the early morning.
Marshall, J., 2001 (May 25) Cerberilla affinis from Heron Island. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/4299
I've added a closeup of some of the cerata. They are amazing animals. I would love to see them feeding on the sand-dwelling sea-anemones which are assumed to be their food. Has anyone any photos or feeding observations on any species of Cerberilla?
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