February 12, 2005
From: Roberto Sozzani
Reading Ian Shaw message [#13090 ], I remembered this photo, which has beenwaiting for a name for a long time. I think is the same species.
The photo is not very clear, but he was a small animal in an uncomfortable location.
Locality: Pura Is. (West Timor), Indonesia. Depth: 12 metres. Length: 15 mm. February 2003. Muddy. Photographer: Roberto Sozzani
email@example.comSozzani, R., 2005 (Feb 12) Noumea laboutei? from Indonesia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/13128
This could well be Noumea laboutei . The red on the gills, and the rhinophores and the reticulate pattern on the mantle seem to be characteristic.
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