October 6, 2008
From: Paul Osmond
I found this very small and colorful nudibranch moving across the rich soil on a muck dive in Tulamben Bay in Bali, Indonesia.
Locality: Tulamben Bay, 10m, Bali, Indonesia, 19 January 2007, Rich soil, muck dive. Length: 15mm. Photographer: Paul T. Osmond.
firstname.lastname@example.orgOsmond, P.T., 2008 (Oct 6) Thorunna daniellae from Bali, Indonesia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/20927
This is Thorunna daniellae. Looking through earlier messages I nootice that as in your animal, there are sometimes orange markings on the front of the mantle edge and on the sides in some specimens. The folding of the mantle into a pair of lobes on each side is quite characteristic of species of Thorunna when they are not crawling.
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