February 14, 2008
From: Christian von Damm
about two weeks ago i found a Nembrotha sp. wich I have never seen before. It seems to be a Nembrotha livingstonei. I work on a Liveaboard at the Similan Islands, Thailand. Definitely a rare find in in our area.
Locality: Similan Islands, Tuna Wreck, 33 meters, Phang Nga, Thailand, Andaman Sea, 20 November 2007, Piece of Rope on a small Trawler Wreck. Length: 50 mm. Photographer: Jeffrey Davies.
I would be very grateful if you could confirm the species.
Chris von Damm
email@example.com Damm, C. , 2008 (Feb 14) Nembrotha livingstonei in the Andaman Sea?. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/21286
Although it lacks the characteristic white marks between the rhinophores, I would agree with your identification.
Is this a variationNembrotha livingstonei ?
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