July 6, 2007
From: Colin Teo
Can you confirm? Looking at the fact sheet, it says the Nembrotha livingstonei is characterised by a white mark between the rhinophores but this has a yellow patch.
Locality: Malapascua, 9 m, Philippines, 23 February. Length: 6 cm. Photographer: Colin Teo.
email@example.comTeo, C., 2007 (Jul 6) Is this a variationNembrotha livingstonei ?. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/19693
This group of Nembrotha species still has some sorting out to do, but my feeling is that all these animals with a white - or yellowish - cross mark between the rhinophores will turn out to be the same species.
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