September 23, 2000
From: Bernard Picton
I don't get much time to follow the Forum these days so I'd missed several species where you were looking for an opinion.
I think the Eubranchus from France, is Eubranchus pallidus - quite variable in the amount of pigment on its body, Alder & Hancock wanted to rename it 'picta' as the later examples they saw were far from pallid! On the other hand I did once have a specimen a bit like this which I was very doubtful about - I'll see if I can find the photos. The one I have on my website is a big fat dark-coloured one.
firstname.lastname@example.orgPicton, B., 2000 (Sep 23) Re: Eubranchus from France. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/3066
It's good to remove a few from the 'unidentified' file.
Eubranchus pallidus from Maine, USA
From: Alan Shepard, October 5, 2003
Eubranchus pallidus from Barents Sea
From: Irina Roginskaya, July 9, 2002
Eubranchus pallidus from Scotland
From: Jim Anderson, June 26, 2002
Re: Eubranchus? from France
From: Juan Lucas Cervera, August 31, 2000
Eubranchus? from France
From: Erwin Koehler, August 29, 2000
Eubranchus pallidus from the Netherlands
From: Peter H. van Bragt, August 31, 1999