March 8, 2005
From: Denis Riek
Here are some shots of another species of Gastropteridae from the Brunswick River that I can't identify. This was even smaller than the one in my previous message [#13294]]. It also appears to be carrying eggs but it is so small I can't tell.What do you think?
Locality: Brunswick River, N.S.W. Australia. Depth: 1.5 metres, high tide. 3 mm, 4 March, 2005. Under rock, on rock wall. Photo: Denis Riek.
Riek, D.W., 2005 (Mar 8) Siphopteron sp. 5 from northern N.S.W.. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/13295
This is almost certainly the animal I am calling Siphopteron sp. 5. I can't see enough to be sure, but I suspect what you can see in this animal are the gills.
Re: Siphopteron with eggs from northern N.S.W.
From: Denis Riek, March 14, 2005
Siphopteron with eggs from northern N.S.W.
From: Denis Riek, March 8, 2005
Colour variation in Siphopteron sp. 5
From: Nils Anthes, January 19, 2004
Siphopteron sp. 5 from Botany Bay
From: Bill Rudman, January 16, 2004
Siphopteron sp. 5 from Lizard Is
From: Nils Anthes, January 14, 2004