December 20, 2002
From: Mabel Fang
Note added 31 May 2005: This is a colour form of H. maritima. See message #13910.
I found this gorgeous nudibranch in Koh Tao, Thailand, on a wall at around 30 feet [4 Dec 2002]. It's about 2cm and because it was moving around quite quickly, that was how it caught my eye. Couldn't find any match in my nudi books so hope you can identify it for me, Thanks.
email@example.comFang, M, 2002 (Dec 20) Hypselodoris sp. from Thailand. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/8648
I think this is an unnamed species. There are not that many black spotted species and I don't know of one with a blue mantle border and a submarginal yellow band. It has similarities to Hypselodoris placida, but in that species the black spots are regularly shaped and the blue border is submarginal.
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