March 17, 2006
From: Jan Kocian
Looking through Forum messages about Tritonia diomedea, I notice that the one I encountered last May here on Whidbey is of darker red color. I thought I share this.
Locality: artificial reef, 30 feet, Washington USA, Puget Sound, NE Pacific Ocean, 12 May 2005, sand. Length: 30 mm. Photographer: Jan Kocian.
Kocian, J., 2006 (Mar 17) Tritonia diomedea from Puget Sound. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/16119
These big animals must be a sight crawling across the sand. Do you find them out during the day or only the night? I assume the sea pens they feed on only emerge at night or on very dull days.
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