March 11, 2002
From: J-F Desroches
Hi Dear All,
I collected an orange Seaslug at Bic (just west of Rimouski, south shore of St-Lawrence River), in Quebec, on september 24th 1994. It was on shallow water (less than 30 cm) and under a rock. I still have the specimen in collection.
Can anyone tell me the species' name? Is it possible from a so-poor description?
email@example.comDesroches, J-F , 2002 (Mar 11) Orange Seaslug from Quebec. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/6395
I'm afraid we will need a few more clues. Can you give us an idea about its shape? Is it a dorid like Onchidoris bilamellata or an aeolid like Flabellina verrucosa. One good book that might help you is Sea Slugs of Atlantic Canada and the Gulf of Maine.
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