May 14, 2005
From: skip pierce
We're in process of putting a seminar together on gene transfer between algae and sacoglossans and it reminded me that I've been meaning to send you a photo of Elysia chlorotica and it's egg mass. The photo was taken in the lab several years ago, but I though you might like it. I've filled in the collection location details as best I can remember them.
Locality: Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA (Atlantic): intertidal salt marsh, Length: 1 cm. Autumn 1990. Photographer: Skip Pierce.
Pierce, S. K., 2005 (May 14) Elysia chlorotica from Martha's Vineyard, USA. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/13756
It's a valuable addition as it shows the red and whitish spots so well.
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