February 23, 2003
From: Néstor E. Ardila
To accompany my other message, here are some SEM photos of the radula and jaw plates of the specimen.
B. whole jaw plates
C. jaw rodlets
D. outermost radular teeth on left side.
E. outer view of midlateral teeth n left side.
F. radular tooth near outer edge on right side.
G. outer view of midlateral teeth from right side.
Ardila, N.E., 2003 (Feb 23) Radula of Hypselodoris bayeri?. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/9267
Thanks for these photos. They look very like the teeth illustrated by Marcus & Marcus in their original description. However they described an aberrant first lateral tooth as a central tooth and used this character to erect a new genus Felimare.
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