September 16, 2008
From: Scott Johnson
Concerning message #21885:
Thanks much for the ID on Cyerce pavonina. I've been wondering about the attached animals from the Marshall Islands for some time. These three photos show two separate individuals. The color I think is accurate. I currently have these listed as Cyerce sp. e356 on the Marshall Islands nudibranchs website, so I will have to make some changes there. My site is one of those figuring a different species as "Cyerce cf pavonina " on the web (based on a calendar photo); that will need changing too.
Locality: Kwajalein Atoll, 5-10 m, Marshall Islands, Pacific, 01 December 1991, Coral reef, under rocks. Length: 40 mm. Photographer: Scott and Jeanette Johnson.
I have another color form of what I suspect is Cyerce pavonina as well. I have it listed under a separate species number on my site, but only because I tend to be overcautious. I will send those separately [message #21887 ].
Johnson, S., 2008 (Sep 16) Re: Rediscovery of Cyerce pavonina in Tanzania. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/21886
It's nice to get some more records. I should have seen these on your website but I just run out of time. Yes the colours in your photos matches my fieldnotes and drawings well. Looking at your photos, ther are a pair of colourless pustules near the tip of each ceras which look just like the pores or siphons of a colonial ascidian.
Re: Cyerce cf. pavonina from sthn Queensland
From: Julie Marshall, September 17, 2008
Cyerce pavonina? from Reunion Island
From: Philibert Bidgrain, September 17, 2008
Re: Rediscovery of Cyerce pavonina 
From: Scott Johnson, September 16, 2008
Rediscovery of Cyerce pavonina in Tanzania
From: Bill Rudman, September 15, 2008
Cyerce sp. 2. from South Africa
From: Ernest C.J. Seamark, March 25, 2000