August 31, 2005
From: Jeff Rosenfeld
Note added 12 March 2008: This species has been named Trapania scurra
Here's a shot of what appears to be what you're calling Trapania sp. 6. It was taken in Anilao, Luzon Island, Philippines in April, 2004.
Locality: Anilao, Luzon Island, Philippines. Depth: 40 feet. Length: 5 mm. April, 2004. Photographer: Jeff Rosenfeld
firstname.lastname@example.orgRosenfeld, Jeff, 2005 (Aug 31) Trapania sp. 6 from Philippines. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/14658
By coincidence your message arrived just as I was preparing Cor Bosman's message [#14652] about the same species from Indonesia. It is surely one of the most distinctively coloured species of the genus.
Re: Trapania scurra from Japan
From: Ayumi Murakami, September 21, 2009
Unknown nudibranch from Sulawesi
From: Cor Bosman, August 31, 2005
Trapania sp. 6 from Borneo
From: Robert Borzymek, April 25, 2003
Is this a new species of Trapania?
From: Takako Uno, October 28, 2002