January 25, 2001
From: Bruce Wight
The photo looks like an Anisodoris nobilis to me. The key indicators I look for are the long yellow tubercles covering the body with the dark mottling, the yellow rhinophores, and the white branchial plume. Welcome to the world of these wonderful animals, Deb, keep your eyes peeled for we have a lot of great branchs in California.
email@example.comWight, B., 2001 (Jan 25) Re: Anisodoris nobilis? from California. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/3614
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