October 6, 2003
From: Ross W. Gunderson
Here is another sea slug from Jamaica. As I said in my first message, all specimens were collected from St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, West Indies. Photo: R. Gundersen.
Here is Berthellina quadridens. 3 cm. Found under coral rock on back reef at 1m depth. Upper surface smooth.
email@example.comGundersen, R.W., 2003 (Oct 6) Berthellina quadridens from Jamaica. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/11106
As you will see in various discussions on the Forum, it seems there are major problems identifying orange-yellow coloured species of Berthellina and Berthella from external features. It seems there are a number of species in the Atlantic and Indo-West Pacific which can only be distinguished on anatomical differences. Unfortunately this work has not yet been completed so in the meantime we can only sit back and wait.
Berthellina quadridens from Bonaire
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