January 7, 1999
From: Jussi Evertsen
Thanks so much again, Bill!
Information on this topic is scarce, but the response has been very interesting.
Happy new year!
Trondhjem Biological Station
Departement of Natural History
University of Science and Technology
firstname.lastname@example.orgEvertsen, J., 1999 (Jan 7) Re: adult nudibranch dispersion. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/449
Sorry we didn't get more responses, but I suspect that apart from the obviously pelagic species such as Glaucus and Glaucilla, most nudibranchs are benthic as adults. There is some fortuitous movement when animals are caught in currents, but considering how specialised most species are in food requirements, the chances of landing near a source of food may be slight.
Keep a watch on the Forum. Someone may still respond with an interesting observation.