February 11, 2003
From: Ronald L. Shimek
Here are two images are of Corambe thompsoni. The same individual (one of the animals used in the description of the species) is in both images. The animal is about 3mm long. One image shows a bit of the habitat; this specimen was collected on a subtidal mudflat in Bamfield Inlet, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, at a depth of 7m, March 5, 1985. There was a lot of organic debris (bark and algal fragments, etc) in the area and the nudibranch was quite cryptic. The substrate was very silty sand. The second image shows the animal in a close-up shot taken in the lab.
Hope these will work for you.
firstname.lastname@example.orgShimek, R., 2003 (Feb 11) Corambe thompsoni from British Columbia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/9169
This is an interesting addition to the Forum and differs from othr members of the family which tend to have prominent white network on their mantle to mimic the bryozoan colonies they feed on.