March 30, 2006
From: Bill van Eyk
Hard to see detail due to bright orange colour. It was crawling through bare sand away from vegetation. Probably on the way to a feed.
ID thanks to Brad Loy an avid "sea-slugger".
Locality: Blairgowrie breakwater pier, 2 metres (~ 7 ft), Victoria, Australia, Port Phillip Bay, 16/03/06, Sandy, shallow subtidal, under pier, clear. Length: 2 cm (0.8 in). Photographer: Bill van Eyk.
Bill van Eyk
email@example.comVan Eyk, W., 2006 (Mar 30) Doriopsilla carneola from Port Phillip Bay, Australia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/16181
Yes I agree with the identification
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