Re: Janolus sp from Lambeh, Indonesia
October 9, 2008
From: Bernard Picton
Concerning message #20873:
I just noticed there seem to be two species within your Janolus sp.4 - one with red rhinophores with white tips and rings at the tip of the cerata, the other with white rhinophores with purple tips and purple caps to the rhinophores?
Bernard.Picton@nmni.comPicton, B. E., 2008 (Oct 9) Re: Janolus sp from Lambeh, Indonesia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/21950
You could be right, but I think they are all part of a continuum. In fact the photo on the Fact Sheet shows an animal with cerata of both colour patterns. The rhinophores do look a bit starkly different but seeing the variability in the ceratal colour pattern makes variability in the rhinophores more reasonable.
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