January 21, 2004
From: Levent Cavas
Here are some egg pictures that I could not identify. Others have identified them as Oxynoe and Lobiger. However, I have just seen an animal that I also could not identify, when it was laying eggs in my aquarium. These eggs belong to this animal however I do not know its species.
I have attached the pictures of this animal.
Dokuz Eylul University
Cavas, L., 2004 (Jan 21) Haminoea from Turkey. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/11977
Its a bit risky identifying egg ribbons except in a few cases when a species has a very characteristic shape. However the two photos of the animal show it to be a cephalaspidean bubble shell and most probably a species of Haminoea. My guess is that it is Haminoea hydatis but I can't be certain from the photos