Glossodoris sp. 2.
Seragaki, Okinawa, 67m, 2 July, 1995, notal length 39mm.
'The translucent notum, covered with small, dense, white, irregular pustules, serve to make this attractive dorid distinctively unique from all other Glossodoris species found on Okinawa.' ... Bob Bolland
For further comments and full collection information see relevant page on Bob Bolland's Okinawa website at http://rfbolland.com/okislugs/glos_sp4.html.Authorship details
Bolland, R.F., 1999 (July 6) Glossodoris sp. 2. [In] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/glossp2
April 29, 2002
From: Nishina Masayoshi
I think this Glossodoris and the Glossodoris sp. 4 on Robert F. Bolland's website are the same.
It was found in Hachijyo Island too.
Date: 7 April 2002
Loc: Hachijo Island Japan
Photo by N. Masayoshi & Chikako
firstname.lastname@example.orgMasayoshi, N., 2002 (Apr 29) Glossodoris sp. from Hachijyo Is, Japan. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/6708
Note added August 2002: this is Glossodoris sp. 2.
July 6, 1999
From: Bob Bolland
Here is a second undescribed(?) Glossodoris from Okinawa. It differs from the other in lacking any red and yellow colouration.
It was collected at 67m from Seragaki, Okinawa on 2 July, 1995, notal length 39mm . . . I've collected sixteen or so of these. For further comments and full collection information see relevant page on my Okinawa website at http://rfbolland.com/okislugs/glos_sp4.html.
email@example.comBolland, R.F., 1999 (Jul 6) Another Glossodoris from Okinawa. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/1025
I don't recognise this species either.