November 13, 2002
From: Marina Poddubetskaia
Do you recognize this nice eolid? I have no idea who is it. I found it in Mauritius.
What a shame, I haven’t any good shot of its rhinophores.
Pereybere, Mauritius, Indian Ocean. Site: Malen. Depth: 18m. Size: about 15mm. October 18, 2002. Photos: Marina Poddubetskaia - Nembro website
email@example.comPoddubetskaia, M., 2002 (Nov 13) Favorinus cf. mirabilis from Mauritius. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/8260
I am pretty sure this is the aeolid I have called Favorinus cf. mirabilis. As you see in my comments to earlier messages, in most respects it fits Favorinus mirabilis, but there are a few colour differences. At present we don't know if they fall into the normal variation found in the species. Your photo is quite helpful because it is the first of these orange-yellow animals which clearly shows the dark reddish spot near the tip of each ceras [see photo alongside], which is characteristic of Favorinus mirabilis. Another vote in favour of it being considered just a colour variation of that speces.
Favorinus cf. mirabilis from Reunion Is.
From: Sully Bachel, February 3, 2009
Favorinus cf. mirabilis eating Hexabranchus eggs
From: Ugo Gaggeri, December 6, 2006
Favorinus cf. mirabilis from Mayotte
From: Marina Poddubetskaia, December 15, 2003
Re: Favorinus cf. mirabilis
From: Jim Anderson, July 31, 2002
Favorinus eating Hexabranchus eggs
From: Jim Anderson, July 28, 2002
Favorinus sp. 2? from Madagascar
From: Lindsay Warren, April 8, 2002
Favorinus from Okinawa
From: Bob Bolland, September 4, 1998