September 23, 2008
From: Erwin Koehler
Concerning message #19953:
Here are 2 shots which think they show Siraius immonda, I scanned many hours through the webites and my books to get this ID, I hope you can confirm.
Locality: Hurghada, El Fanadir Foc, 9 m, Egypt, Red Sea, 18 April 2007, upon rocks. Length: 12 mm. Photographer: Sven Kahlbrock.
I don't know, if this is the first record of it from the Red Sea/ Indian Ocean
Erwin@Philippine-Sea-Slugs.comKoehler, E., 2008 (Sep 23) Siraius immonda? from the Red Sea. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/21906
It certainly looks like Siraius immonda to me. On the Fact Sheet, which I have just altered, I said didn't know of any Indian Ocean records of this species, so this is indeed a valuable addition to our knowledge. Recent studies have proposed that Siraius (and many other genera)are synomyms of Doris. This may prove correct but there are still a lot of 'loose ends' to be sorted out. For example the type species of Siraius needs to be re-examined.
Re: Siraius immonda from sthn Queensland 
From: Bruce Wilkie, May 26, 2007
Re: Siraius immonda from sthn Queensland
From: Gary Cobb, May 25, 2007
Siraius immonda from sthn Queensland
From: Gary Cobb, May 21, 2007
Siraius immonda from Japan
From: Yasuhiro Shirai, April 18, 2000