December 24, 2003
From: Steve Winkworth
I took these photos of a pair of Tambja verconis mating at Halifax Park in Port Stephens on 13/12/03 [New South Wales, Australia] at approximately 18m on a small ledge.
I hope they are of interest to you.
email@example.comWinkworth, S., 2003 (Dec 24) Tambja verconis mating. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/11739
Photos of animals 'doing things' such as mating, egg-laying, and feeding, are always of interest. Your photos again emphasise the dependence of many of the animals on their food. The bushy plant-like blue object at the top left of your photo is a colony of its bryozoan food, Bugula dentata. There is also a bit of Bugula at the top right of the photo, which looks as though it has already been eaten by Tambja.
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