October 16, 2002
From: Nigel Holmes
Attached is the ventral photo of Halgerda graphica I mentioned in my earlier message. Also last week end we found a Plocamopherus tilesii in the reef flat shallows of North Keppel Island on a rising tide. Is this unusual? After some effort I persuaded it to cling on to a rock long enough to photograph it, it was dead set on swimming all the time. I should get the pics back shortly, at about 80mm long it over-filled the 2:1 macro framer.
email@example.comHolmes, N., 2002 (Oct 16) Ventral view of Halgerda graphica. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/8181
I useful addition to the H. graphica story. Concerning the Plocamopherus. Our records of this species are not many. So its a bit hard to know what is usual and what isn't. It's why I welcome any photo-based observations. I look forward to some photos.