February 15, 2006
From: Bruce Wilkie
I was reading your reply to Craig Beasley [#15697 ] and your general comment about multiple species in one post. As my last post contained 3 unknowns, I will send you the 3 unknowns again but this time individually.
(being new to this forum, I am still finding my way around.)
Also thanks for the correct spelling for C. elisabethina. In one of the books I have it is spelt with a "z".
Locality: Manta Bommie Point Lookout North Stradbroke Island, 8 metres, Queensland Australia, Pacific ocean, 7 January 2006, rocky reef with sponges, hard & soft corals. Length: 20 mm. Photographer: Bruce Wilkie
I have since identified this little fella as Noumea crocea. Could you please confirm?
firstname.lastname@example.orgWilkie, B., 2006 (Feb 15) Noumea crocea from sthn Queensland, Australia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/15791
Thanks for splitting your message up. In the early days of the Forum when messages weren't so frequent I wasn't so pressed for time, but now I am desperate for any help I can get from those sending messages to make the 'editing' part of my task as easy as possible.
Yes this is Noumea crocea.
Noumea crocea from the Philippines
From: Carlos R. Munda, June 24, 2006
Noumea crocea from Indonesia
From: Bob Widman, September 19, 2005
Feeding in Noumea crocea
From: Erwin Koehler, July 19, 2005
Record of Noumea crocea from the Philippines
From: Fredy Brauchli, June 2, 2002
Noumea crocea - food and spawn
From: Scott Johnson, June 15, 2001
Re: Noumea crocea from Papua New Guinea
From: Stuart Hutchison, May 23, 2000
Noumea crocea from Papua New Guinea
From: Stuart Hutchison, May 21, 2000
Noumea crocea from Philippines
From: Erwin Koehler, April 21, 1999
Re: Possible Glossodoris
From: Lindsay Warren, March 30, 1998
From: Lindsay Warren & Kevin Reed, March 28, 1998