Noumea flava from the Solomon Ids

April 20, 2005
From: Bruce Potter

Dear Bill,
This little Noumea flava was a really pretty find just before I left Solomon Islands. It was very tiny at about 4 or 5mm. It was at about 7 meters depth on a coral and rubble site on the outskirts of Honiara.

Locality: Honiara, Solomon Islands. Pacific Ocean. Depth: 7 meters. Length: 5 mm. 10 January 2005. Coral Rubble Sand. Photographer: Bruce Potter


Potter, B., 2005 (Apr 20) Noumea flava from the Solomon Ids. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from

Thanks Bruce,
Bill Rudman


Noumea flava

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