February 8, 2001
From: Gordon T. Smith
This one has got me stumped, although I am sure if I looked hard enough I will find a reference somewhere. Any Ideas ?
About 4 cm long at 2 metres on Blue Beach, North Obhur, Jeddah (Saudi Arabia, Red Sea)
firstname.lastname@example.orgSmith, G.T., 2001 (Feb 8) Sclerodoris apiculata from Saudi Arabia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/3641
This is Sclerodoris apiculata. One of a number of dorids which are camoufaged to look like a lump of sponge. The long tapering papillae at the tip of many of the tubercles are a good character of this species.
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