September 16, 2005
From: Sascha Schulz
I found this in a Wollongong rockpool.
Locality: Wollongong, NSW, southeastern Australia, rockpool. About 15 mm long, initally under a rock which was kicked over. May 2005
Is it a Flabellina?
email@example.comSchulz, S., 2005 (Sep 16) Placida cremoniana from Wollongong, NSW, Australia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/14757
Although this looks superficially like an aeolid, it is a sacoglossan, much more closely related to Elysia than to Flabellina. This species appears to be identical to the Mediterranean Placida cremoniana. As it is found in many parts of the Indo-West Pacific, this strange distribution is either very ancient, or the result of shipping in the last 200 years.
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Re: Placida cremoniana
From: Kathe Jensen, May 12, 2001
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