June 17, 2002
From: Jim Anderson
Dear Dr. Rudman,
ID'd for me by Bernard Picton, it was approx 10mm long and at 7 metres on a boulder face among Halopteris -like undergrowth. We were in Loch Leven, near Ballachulish, Scotland. water temperature 10 deg C.
I brought it out and photographed it in a tank on shore on a piece of slate with my Nik 5 and 2:1 CU.
Anderson, J., 2002 (Jun 17) Placida dendritica from Scotland. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/7149
At last a photo of the 'real' Placida dendritica from Europe. When I get a moment I should prepare a proper Fact Sheet on this species. It will be interesting to see how many species this 'species' will eventually be split into.
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