January 20, 2004
From: Terry Gosliner
Anne DuPont's animal from the Bahamas is Gastropteron chacmol Gosliner, 1989. G. rubrum is a much larger animal and has major internal anatomical differences such as radula and penis. G. rubrum appears to be exclusively east Atlantic while G. chacmol is Caribbean.
tgosliner@CalAcademy.OrgGosliner, T.M., 2004 (Jan 20) Gastropteron rubrum vs G. chacmol. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/11963
I don't know how I forgot G. chacmol, especially since I have been referring to your 1989 paper concerning Siphopteron quadrispinosum. I am pleased to see that errors don't last long on the Forum.
Gastropteron chacmol from San Andres, Colombia
From: Les Wilk, January 21, 2006
Re: Colour variation in Gastropteron chacmol
From: James Lyle, August 31, 2005
Gastropteron chacmol mating?
From: Anne DuPont, August 30, 2005
Re: Elysia from Belize?
From: Jim Lyle, February 21, 2005
Elysia from Belize?
From: Julianne Parolisi, February 19, 2005
Colour variation in Gastropteron chacmol
From: Marina Poddubetskaia, March 4, 2004
Gastropteron chacmol from the Bahamas
From: Colin Redfern, January 20, 2004
Gastropteron from the west Atlantic
From: Bill Rudman, January 20, 2004
Gastropteron rubrum from the Bahamas
From: Anne DuPont, January 16, 2004