August 14, 2006
From: Philip Cromwell
Concerning message #17396:
From the picture it looks like there is a single brown stripe up the posterior side of each rhinophore. Wouldn't this exclude Halgerda brunneomaculata? I looked for another species with single brown lines up the back of the rhinophore, but they all seem to have orange tubercles at the vertex of the mantle ridges.
email@example.comCromwell, P.A., 2006 (Aug 14) Re: Halgerda brunneomaculata from the Coral Sea. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/17440
Yes I wondered about that, but I think the apparent single line is really just one of the two brown lines which run up each side of the rhinophore in typical H. brunneomaculata. The photo is a side view and I think we are seeing the right side of each rhinophore, rather than its back or posterior side.
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