August 18, 2008
From: Lawrence Neal
Concerning message #21805:
Thanks very much for sharing your knowledge. You're absolutely right, I didn't notice the Doriopsis when photographing the egg ribbon or when looking at the photograph later. Let's say the Doriopsis is well camouflaged, to say the least. And it certainly takes us back to square one regarding food/eggs of C. mandapamensis. Anyway, at least I can go back and know what to look out for now.
firstname.lastname@example.orgNeal, L., 2008 (Aug 18) Re: Chromodoris mandapamensis from Thailand. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/21812
Yes it would have been nice to get a food sponge for C. mandapamensis, but Doriopsis is always an interesting find. What alerted me was the particular shade of blue. Although both the sponge Terpios and Doriopsis can range in colour, I don't know of anything else that can be this shade of dark blue. Of course now I have said that, I hope I will not be flooded with other things of the same colour. Suffice to say, when I see that blue, my first thoughts are Terpios and Doriopsis.
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