June 4, 2000
From: Marli Wakeling
Here is a photo of Janolus fuscus. It is very common in the spring. These animals range from 1 to over 10 cm. in length. They have lamellate rhinophores and a comb like sensory appendage between their rhinophores. This specimen was found on Eastbourne Wall, on Keats Island, British Columbia, Canada. Depth about 60 feet. This specimen was about 5 cm. in length They react to divers by swelling their cerata.
Hope these photos will be of help.
Underwater British Columbia Photographic Society
email@example.comWakeling, M., 2000 (Jun 4) Janolus fuscus from British Columbia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/2498
Thanks again. I don't think I have ever seen a photo of this species before. Your 'common' species may be boring to you but to the rest of the world they are very interesting. I very much look forward to some more of your wonderful photos.
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