January 6, 1999
From: Wayne Ellis
Any ideas on this image? The slug was found at Port Cartwright, southeastern Queensland, 5th October, 1998, intertidal, under a rock on yellow sponge with tightly coiled egg mass.
email@example.comEllis, W., 1999 (Jan 6) Jorunna pantherina from Queensland. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/445
I think this is Jorunna pantherina. Although the "typical" colour form is greenish, as photographed at top of the page, this species tends to take on the colour of the sponge it feeds on, probably like Rostanga it takes up some of the pigments.