April 15, 2006
From: Martina Fuchsberger
I found a number of these Nudis on my last nightdive. I think they might be Doriopsilla carneola, but I am not sure. Can you confirm this ID, please?
Locality: Portsea Pier, 4m, VIC, Australia, Port Phillip Bay, 29 March 2006. Length: approx. 50mm. Photographer: Martina Fuchsberger.
email@example.comFuchsberger, M., 2006 (Apr 15) Doriopsilla carneola? from Port Phillip Bay, Australia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/16315
I'm pretty sure this is Doriopsilla carneola. As you will know there are some other similarly coloured species in southern Australia, but the white marks and fairly hidden tubercles are typical of D. carneola.
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