February 25, 2004
From: John & Debra Barrett
Attached is a picture of a nudibranch my wife and I observed off the south coast of New Britain, Papua New Guinea in Lindenhaven Bay. The animal was observed at approximately 7 meters depth just off shore a mangrove coast. No one on the boat had seen this species and we can't find it in the books available to us and hope you can help.
We saw it during the last week of January, 2004.
John & Debra Barrett
email@example.comBarrett, J. & D., 2004 (Feb 25) Phyllodesmium sp 2 from New Britain. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/12307
This is one of the many strange, cryptic, species of the aeolid genus Phyllodesmium which are found in the Indo-West Pacific. This one is on the Forum as Phyllodesmium sp. 2.
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Phyllodesmium koehleri from the Philippines
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Three new species of Phyllodesmium.
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Phyllodesmium sp. 2 from Indonesia
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Phyllodesmium sp. on food
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Phyllodesmium spp from Okinawa
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