January 29, 2009
From: Hugues Flodrops
Concerning message #19892:
Here are some pictures of the first Taringa caudata from Reunion Island. It was identified by Philibert Bidgrain. The gills branches are white and rhinophores seems to be dark-purple, probably because I used a high quality torche (efficiency 150 watts and 18 leds) with a very white light. I hope it's interesting for the Forum and it's always the same part of Indian Ocean.
Locality: Etang-Salé "Rocky Coast", 1 metre, Reunion Island, Indian Ocean, 16 december 2008, Midnight. Length: 25 mm . Photographer: Hugues Flodrops.
firstname.lastname@example.orgFlodrops,H., 2009 (Jan 29) Taringa caudata from Reunion Island. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/22183
It's great to get another record of this easily recognisable - but apparently uncommon species.
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