October 2, 2009
From: Dominique Horst
Concerning message #21845:
Another bite from a predator. This time it is Armina tigrina which is involved.
Locality: Cagnes, 7 m, France, Mediterranean sea, 12/6/2009. Length: 20 mm. Photographer: Dominique Horst.
firstname.lastname@example.orgHorst, D., 2009 (Oct 2) Armina tigrina with bites. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/22559
I have looked very carefully but can't see any sign in your photos of what Armina was biting - other than the hermit crab running away in the middle photo. Arminausually feed on sea pens [Pennatulacea] [see message #14913]. Was there any evidence that they were near by? Usually they only emerge at night.