October 21, 2000
From: Irina Roginskaya
Can you inform me about the two beautiful photos of nudibranchs with egg masses, appeared not long ago in the Forum :
• 1. Chromodoris britoi Ortea & Perez,1983, from Italy;
• 2. Chromodoris clenchi Russell,1935, from Cuba.
Both spiral spawns are evidently dextral, especially the one from Naples. Are these photographs printed in normal way, or, by mistake, in reverse position?
Thanking you in advance.
email@example.comRoginskaya, I., 2000 (Oct 21) Spiral egg ribbons. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/3206
Angel Valdes sent the scans. Hopefully he has the original photos to check from.
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