June 2, 2005
From: Jim Anderson
Attached are images from Scotland of Cuthona pustulata. ID confirmed for me by Dr. Bernard Picton. Water temperature 10 deg C.
Locality: Kentallen Reef, Loch Linnhe, Scotland [Sea Loch on west coast of Scotland]. Depth: 13 metres. Length: 12mm approx. 29 May 2005. Rocky reef. Photographer: Jim Anderson
This is another 'new species' for me and has been added to my Scottish Nudibranch web site: scottishnudibranchs.co.uk/
email@example.comAnderson, J.B., 2005 (Jun 2) Cuthona pustulata from Scotland. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/13928
Thanks for this. Since this species was described from the British Isles, it is good to get a specimen from that side of the Atlantic on the Forum to complement the one from Nth America. The yellowish ceratal digestive gland seems to be the common colour form on your side of the Atlantic.
Cuthona pustulata - color variation from Eastport, Maine
From: Alan Shepard, August 1, 2005
Cuthona pustulata from Eastport, Maine, USA
From: Alan Shepard, May 23, 2005