June 26, 2002
From: Jim Anderson
Dear Dr. Rudman,
Attached is an image of an animal of Eubranchus pallidus photographed last year.
Data: On rocks at Craig'n Gelt, Dunbar on the east coast of Scotland. Water temperature 12 deg. C. Between 6 and 11 metres there were many of these beautiful little animals crawling over and among the weedy rock surfaces, this one is a 15 mm long specimen. 27 May, 2001.
email@example.comAnderson, J., 2002 (Jun 26) Eubranchus pallidus from Scotland. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/7325
As Bernard Picton noted in an earlier message, Alder & Hancock appeared to later regret naming this species 'pallida' on subsequently finding much more startling colour forms, than the 'pallid' colourless ones they named the species from.
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