January 23, 2003
From: Scott Johnson
Here is a photo of an animal found at Karumolun in the Solomons' Russell Islands that while similar to both Phyllidiopsis krempfi and Phyllidiella rudmani , did not quite seem to match the specimens of either of those two species that were also found in the Solomons. All three were similar in size, in the 30-40mm range.
johnson@kmr.LL.mit.eduJohnson, S., 2003 (Jan 23) Phyllidiopsis pipeki from the Solomons. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/8909
I agree it differs from the other two. I suspect this is Phyllidiopsis pipeki