April 18, 1999
From: Rie Nakano
Here is another of Mr Atsushi Ono's images from Kerama Island, near Okinawa which you offered to identify for us.
Mr.Ono thinks it is Dendrodoris albopurpurea but Mr Cory Pittman suggested it is Dendrodoris sp.
email@example.comNakano, R., 1999 (Apr 18) Dendrodoris albobrunnea from Kerama Islands. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/781
It is definitely a species of Dendrodoris and is very similar to Dendrodoris elongata Baba in the way it elongates its body, and has its gills very far to the back of the body. The correct taxonomy of these two species is very confused. Willan & Coleman identify this species as Dendrodoris albobrunnea Allan 1933 but I am not sure they are correct.