September 26, 2002
From: Nishina Masayoshi
I have recently found a photo of Noumea subnivalis. The photographer didn't recognize the species but I am pretty sure that this is N. subnivalis, which would make this the southernmost record of the species, as far as I know. I am very grateful for his permission to use it to your Forum.
Photo by Mr. Kaoru Imagawa
Loc: Tanoura beach, Oita city, Oita prifec. Kyusyu. Japan.
Date: 4 Aug, 2001
Wather temp: 28C degree.
firstname.lastname@example.orgMasayoshi, N., 2002 (Sep 26) Southernmost record of Noumea subnivalis. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/7990
Yes this is Noumea subnivalis. It will be interesting to see just what the geographic range of this species is.
Re: Noumea subnivalis?
From: Yasuhiro Shirai, August 21, 2001
Another photo of Noumea subnivalis
From: Nishina Masayoshi, August 21, 2001
About Noumea subnivalis
From: Nishina Masayoshi, August 18, 2001
Noumea subnivalis? from Japan
From: Yasuhiro Shirai, August 14, 2001