May 22, 2003
From: Alan Shepard
Here's another shot from Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA. I believe it is Cuthona concinna and was hoping you or someone else could confirm the identification.
This one was in about 4 meters of water under the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute's pier with two other individuals. It was approximately 11mm long or so.
A fellow diver had dived the site a week or two before and had asked me to dive the area to see if I could identify the nudibranch he had seen. I was lucky enough to find a few specimens of what he had described.
email@example.comShepard, A., 2003 (May 22) Cuthona concinna from Woods Hole, Massachusetts. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/9965
It certainly seems to fit that species to me, but a confirmation from either side of the Atlantic would be welcome.
Re: Cuthona concinna from Woods Hole
From: Peter H. van Bragt, May 29, 2003
Re: Cuthona concinna from Nova Scotia, Canada
From: Peter H. van Bragt, March 17, 2003
Cuthona concinna from Nova Scotia, Canada
From: Alan Shepard, March 12, 2003
Cuthona concinna from the Netherlands
From: Peter H. van Bragt, August 25, 1999