April 8, 2002
From: Alan Shepard
I really need help on the ID of this nudibranch. I took the photo on February 24, 2002 at Folly Cove in Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA in approximately 20 feet of water. The nudibranch is about 5 mm long.
I have never encountered this one before and I was particularly taken by the light blue tips to the cerata. I tried looking through Bleakney's book but it's not helping or I'm missing something.
email@example.comShepard, A., 2002 (Apr 8) Eubranchus? from Massachusetts. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/6658
I am pretty sure this is a species of Eubranchus, perhaps E. exiguus, but this group are quite difficult to identify to species without local knowledge. Hopefully someone with a knowledge of the North Atlantic fauna will recognise it
Eubranchus exiguus from Massachusetts, USA
From: Alan Shepard, July 22, 2003
Eubranchus exiguus from Europe
From: Bernard Picton , June 7, 2002
Eubranchus exiguus from Scotland
From: Jim Anderson, May 27, 2002
Regarding Eubranchus exiguus
From: Alan Shepard, April 21, 2002