Re: Armina maculata or Phyllidia flava

June 1, 2006
From: Dominique Horst

Concerning message #16713:

Many thanks for guiding me in the criteria requested to make the difference. Since I posted that message, I've met a few others and I could not resist sharing my latest pictures...

Locality: Golfe-Juan, 25m, France, Mediterranean sea, 28 May 2006, vertical rock. Length: 25-30mm. Photographer: Dominique Horst.

Kind regards,

Horst, D., 2006 (Jun 1) Re: Armina maculata or Phyllidia flava. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from

Thanks Dominique,
You can certianly see the mantle skirt around the front of the rhinophores in the close-up photo of your Phyllidia.
Best wishes,
Bill Rudman


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