June 25, 2000
From: Bob Bolland
While going through some of my chromodorid slides I came across this attractive animal, which looks a bit similar to Thorunna furtiva. It's the only one I've seen here. Can you possibly identify the animal from only the photo?
Data: RFB # 2983 / TL: 15mm / Inter-tidal / Horseshoe Cliffs, Okinawa / 18 May 1992.
email@example.comBolland, R., 2000 (Jun 25) Thorunna furtiva from Okinawa. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/2607
From experience, I have learnt to be a little bit cautious until I look inside an animal, but in this case I would say that this is Thorunna furtiva. The orange line along the anterior and posterior midline of the rhinophore clubs and the line along the outer edge of the gills is characteristic of the species.
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