June 26, 2001
From: Irina Roginskaya
About the Cadlina from New England. Our common White Sea C. laevis are completely milk white, only with irregularly placed scanty lemon- yellow spots along the mantle border. Never green. Perhaps the specimens studied by Paul Young eat green sponges? Ours - invariably white.
email@example.comRoginskaya, I., 2001 (Jun 26) Re: Cadlina from New England. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/4659
I wouldn't actually describe Paul's Cadlina as green, it seems to be basically a translucent colour, lacking in pigment except for the opaque yellowish tubercles.