October 19, 2002
From: Dave Behrens
Here is another shot Jeff Hamann and I took in Belize at Laughing Bird Cay, Belize. This is a spectacular example of O. antillarum, which was common on the Caulerpa.
email@example.comBehrens, D., 2002 (Oct 19) Oxynoe antillarum from Belize. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/8203
It's nice to get a good photo of this species. I have included a close-up of the shell-parapodia region alongside so we can see the colour pattern more clearly. The pattern of mottled white bands are certainly much more distinctive than in the common Indo-West Pacific species, Oxynoe viridis, although there are traces of a similar pattern in that species.
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