Re: Large sea slug? from Sydney Harbour

December 18, 2001
From: Andrew Trevor-Jones

You nailed it first go. They were indeed Euselenops luniceps. Sorry for not giving you more details in the first place. They looked so unique I figured you'd know it immediately and I was nearly right.

Trevor-Jones, A., 2001 (Dec 18) Re: Large sea slug? from Sydney Harbour. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from

Dear Andrew,
I'm glad we sorted that one out. I would not have liked to be stumped by one so close to home.
Best wishes,
Bill Rudman

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