August 22, 2001
From: Scott Johnson
Here are some photos of the egg ribbon of Noumea simplex taken at Enewetak, Marshall Islands. They are from two of the same shots I sent recently to show clustering but in this case are enlarged to show the egg ribbons.
In the UPPER photo are two egg ribbons, one partly laid over the other. This photo is an enlarged section of the MIDDLE photo which also shows a cluster of animals near the egg ribbon. The LOWER photo shows a single egg ribbon.
email@example.comJohnson, S., 2001 (Aug 22) Noumea simplex - egg ribbon. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/5122
We are gradually building up a useful collection of egg ribbons on the Forum. It is interesting how some species, like Noumea simplex, have a very open spiral, sometimes hardly a spiral at all.
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