August 3, 2007
From: Paul Young
While diving on Halfway Rock, between Gloucester and Boston we saw the smallest 'Salmon-Gills' [Flabellina salmonacea ] I have ever seen and a Cadlina which looks like the ones I have already sent you.
Locality: Halfway Rock, near Gloucester, 30 feet, Massachusetts, USA, Atlantic, 22 July 2007. Length: 1/2 inch. Photographer: Paul Young.
email@example.comYoung, P, 2007 (Aug 3) Flabellina salmonacea from Massachusetts, USA. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/20310
They are too small for me to identify from photos so I will take your word, as the 'local expert' on this species, for the identification
Color variation in Flabellina salmonacea
From: Alan Shepard, March 31, 2006
Flabellina salmonacea with swollen oral tentacles.
From: Alan Shepard, March 6, 2003
Flabellina salmonacea from Massachusetts, USA
From: Alan Shepard, May 16, 2002
Flabellina salmonacea from British Columbia
From: Marli Wakeling, March 25, 2002
Flabellina salmonacea from New England
From: Paul Young, June 20, 2001