May 6, 2003
From: Jamila Ben Souissi
This is another species of sea slug found in in the southern section of a coastal lagoon, "Lac de Tunis" in Tunis, Tunisia, North Africa. Depth: 0 to 1m some time between January and March, 2003. It is part of the collection my student, Anis, has already inquired about.
firstname.lastname@example.orgBen Souissi, J., 2003 (May 6) Cerberilla bernadettae from Tunisia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/9859
This is an interesting one. It is a species of Cerberilla, a genus of burrowing aeolids, which feed on sea anemones. I am pretty sure this is Cerberilla bernadettae, which I think has only been reported from the Alantic coast of France.