February 5, 1999
From: Jim Anderson
I would like the help of your forum in identifying 2 unidentified species from here.
They can be found on page 2 of my Scottish Nudibranchs website.
TOP: approx. 10mm long and was seen crawling on a kelp frond at 7 metres in NW Scotland.
BOTTOM: approx. 25mm long, on rock at 8 metres on the east coast of Scotland
email@example.comAnderson, J., 1999 (Feb 5) Scottish nudibranchs. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/536
Firstly congratulations on the beautiful photos in your Scottish Nudibranch Site. I am sure someone can help you with identifying these two. It's outside my field of expertise but I wouldn't mind betting that at least the top one is a species of Eubranchus. The swollen cerata are fairly characteristic of the genus.