July 27, 2006
From: Mike Krampf
Concerning message #2073:
I was looking through some older messages and found this one where you were requesting some photos of Hypselodoris bullocki with some eggs. Here are some pics that I took off Tioman Island, Malaysia. The eggs shown alone were a few feet away from the other picture.
Locality: Tioman Island, 40 feet, Malaysia, South China Sea, 16 June 2006, Reef. Length: 3-4 cm. Photographer: Mike Krampf.
Hope this helps.
firstname.lastname@example.orgKrampf, M., 2006 (Jul 27) Re: Hypselodoris cf. bullocki. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/17202
Thanks for these. I'm always on the lookout for photos of animals laying eggs. It is always a useful bit of information to have when comparing different species or possible different species. These egg ribbons certainly look like others we now have of this species.
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