March 18, 2000
From: Erik Schloegl
Here's another nudibranch I've been wondering about. The photo was taken on November 27, 1998 at Agincourt Reef (Great Barrier Reef) at a depth of 5m. The animal was approx. 5cm long. To me it looks like a Glossodoris atromarginata (which I know quite well from Sydney) with the black margin (and black gills) missing. Is it just an unusual colour form of this species?
Thanks for your help,
email@example.comSchloegl, E., 2000 (Mar 18) Glossodoris atromarginata? from Great Barrier Reef. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/2113
No I don't think it is a colour form of G. atromarginata. I think it is almost certainly an unnamed species. Any specimens would be welcome.