December 17, 2002
From: Jim Bartlett
Here's another Indonesian sea slug I wasn't able to identify from a borrowed book. I also didn't come across photos of creatures identical to it during my scans through the site, though I may have missed it.
This nudi was observed on Mentjeng Wall off of Sanjeang Island near Komodo. The gills seem very unusual to me...like coils of thin radio wire. I estimate the specimen was about 4cm in length; depth was about 12 meters, and time photographed was about 11am local, Nov. 13th 2002.
Thanks for any advice you may have on this one.
firstname.lastname@example.orgBartlett, J., 2002 (Dec 17) Nembrotha livingstonei from Imdonesia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/8507
This is what I am calling Nembrotha livinstonei. The size and colour of the spots seems to be variable but the cross-like mark between the rhinophores seem constant
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