June 18, 2007
From: Dave Behrens
Concerning message #20032:
Please look at Mike Miller's "Branch of the Week No. 486"
This beautiful critter has been observed several times now.
Attached photo by Constantinos Petrinos. Lembeh, Indonesia
email@example.comBehrens, D.W., 2007 (Jun 18) Re: Limenandra ? from Indonesia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/20043
It certainly is a spectacular animal. Have you any idea what the hair-like strands are that it is crawling on? They look like very thin sea anemone tentacles but the aeolid doesn't seem at all concerned. I think this species deserves a page of its own.
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