May 4, 2002
From: Bruce Potter
Yesterday I dived the Bonegi shipwrecks, just outside of Honiara, Solomon Islands.
On Bonegi 1, I found this beautiful example of Glossodoris cruenta. This is only the third time I have found G. cruenta in the Solomons.
It was about 50mm long, and crawling across the sand at about 8 meters.
firstname.lastname@example.orgPotter, B., 2002 (May 4) Glossodoris cruenta from Solomon Ids. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/6794
It still seems quite a mystery why some species are rare and others with similar requirements and similar habits are quite common.
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