March 23, 2003
From: Paulette Penton
I am unfamiliar with Dorids and am assuming that this is one. I only found one individual in my sampling and the identification guides were of no use to my untrained ability. Once again, these pics are horrible quality but it is all that I have. This individual was found at the same site as previously mentioned, on a rock.
was found at my sampling area in Bonne Bay, located in Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland. It was found in July 2002 at 46' with Obelia on a rocky bottom with big boulders and a wall covered with coralline algae.
I think this is either Adalaria proxima or the very similar looking Onchidoris muricata. I tend towards Adalaria because the tubercles seem to taper towards the tip, but as oyu will see on the relevant pages, they are very difficult to separate externally. Both feed on encrusting bryozoans, Adalaria proxima preferring Electra pilosa.
Re: Adalaria proxima egg coils
From: J. Hildering & G. Miller, November 10, 2007
Adalaria proxima egg coils
From: Jackie Hildering, February 20, 2007
Re: Korean Adalaria proxima
From: Sandra Millen, February 12, 2006
Re: Korean Adalaria proxima feeding
From: Jeff Goddard, February 12, 2006
Korean Adalaria proxima feeding
From: Dong Bum Koh, February 11, 2006
Re: Adalaria proxima? from British Columbia?
From: Jeff Goddard, October 9, 2003
Re: Adalaria proxima? from British Columbia
From: Alan Shepard, October 9, 2003
Adalaria proxima? from British Columbia
From: Marli Wakeling, October 6, 2003
Photos of Adalaria proxima
From: Bernard Picton , July 6, 2001