February 3, 2004
From: Gary Cobb
While diving off the Sunshine Coast, off Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia at a site called Fairyland we found two Noumea flava. Length 15mm, Depth 15m.
Is there a reason the centre of their mantle id hour glass shaped?
email@example.comCobb, G., 2004 (Feb 3) Noumea flava found on Sunshine Coast. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/12091
Nice to see photos of this not very common species. Concerning the shape of the mantle. Quite a few species of Noumea and some species of Thorunna have this hour-glass shape, but I don't know of any reason for it.
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