September 1, 2006
From: Bruce Wilkie
Concerning message #15863:
Here is some feeding info for you on Ceratosoma moloch. I have come across these animals several times now, and they always seen to be on or near by these brown sponges.
Locality: Flat Rock North Stradbroke Island, 12mts, Queensland Australia, Pacific Ocean, 15th April 2006, Rocky reef with hard & soft corals & sponges. Length: 125mm. Photographer: Bruce Wilkie.
I have included a record of another animal on the same sponge in a separate message [#17682 ]
firstname.lastname@example.orgWilkie, B.D., 2006 (Sep 1) Re: Ceratosoma moloch from southern Queensland, Australia . [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/17694
Thanks for another excellent discovery. This is the first records we have of this species feeding. The fact that you are finding the species regularly association with this sponge is good evidence, as are these two messages which show different animals with the heads down in the sponge. I am pretty sure the sponge is a dysideid.
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