May 1, 2002
From: Scott Johnson
Up until recently, I've assumed that there was only one species of Goniodoris in the Marshall Islands. It was only after a friend pointed out that there seemed to be some pretty consistent differences in my photos that I began to question that assumption. I'll send the photos of the ones I thnk are different in a separate message. Attached to this message are photos of what appear to be typical Goniodoris joubini. In another message is a photo showiing a pair of 'true' G. joubini with an egg mass on a colonial tunicate that may have been the nudibranchs' prey.
firstname.lastname@example.orgJohnson,S., 2002 (May 1) Goniodoris joubini in the Marshall Islands. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/5697
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