Re: Chromodoris annulata from United Arab Emirates

June 7, 2002
From: Melinda Barry

Dear Dr Rudman,
Thank you very much for identifying our sea slug! Fujeirah, where we found it, is on the East coast of the United Arab Emirates, and therefore to be precise it was in the Indian Ocean rather than the Persian Gulf.

We actually live in Dubai, on the west coast, but occasionally go to the East coast as the diving and snorkelling are better there. This is the only time we have ever seen a sea slug in either location, but we will keep a sharper eye out for them in future and will let you know if we find any more.

Melinda Barry

barrycm@emirates.net.ae

Barry, M., 2002 (Jun 7) Re: Chromodoris annulata from United Arab Emirates. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/7183

Dear Melinda,
I look forward to your future finds
Best wishes,
Bill Rudman

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