October 6, 1999
From: Sophia Philipp
I have seen a nudibranch at Flinders Reef, Brisbane that seems to resemble C. bullocki (Neville Coleman's Nudibranchs of the South Pacific,1989). If you have any more information or other photos of it I would appreciate them. It may also help me to be able to distinguish it from other similarly coloured beasties if there are any.
email@example.comPhilipp, S., 1999 (Oct 6) Information on Hypselodoris bullocki. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/1401
The species is at present placed in the genus Hypselodoris rather than Chromodoris and there is a page for it, with most of the colour 'variants' already there. Also look below your message on this page for earlier messages about this species.
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