November 10, 2007
From: J. Hildering & G. Miller
Concerning message #19495:
Thought it might be interesting to see photos suggesting the abundance of Adalaria proxima at this site at this time of year. They appear to be targeting Membranipora serrilamella. The one little string of eggs does not look like theirs.
Locality: Bear C, 40', Pacific Ocean, 29 September 2007, Muddy. Length: 1.5 cm. Photographer: Jackie Hildering.
Jackie Hildering & Glen Miller
Hildering, J. & Miller, G., 2007 (Nov 10) Re: Adalaria proxima egg coils. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/20867
Hi Jackie and Glen,
Great report. There are a bunch there. Very interesting. Can't comment on the egg ribbon. Not sure whose it is.
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