Re: Flabellina marcusorum from nthn Bahamas

September 12, 2003
From: Lazaro Ruda

Dear Dr Rudman,
Thank you very much for the information. The reef where I found this nudibranch is known by the name of Deep Snapper Ledges in what is considered "Middle Shoal" near Mantanilla Shoal. The closest dry land is the West End -- approx. 30-35 miles.
Lazaro Ruda

Ruda, L., 2003 (Sep 12) Re: Flabellina marcusorum from nthn Bahamas. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from

Thanks Lazaro,
Good locality data makes your photo a valuable record about this species. We know so little about the Caribbean fauna, that any additional bit of information is very valuable
Best wishes
Bill Rudman

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