August 22, 2000
From: Stuart Hutchison
I suppose these are Neodoris chrysoderma. The first specimen seemed like an older one and was located in 3m at Whyalla (South Australia) on 14 Aug 2000 and the other was located at Port Hughes in mid 1998 at 7m.
Both were about 2" [5cm] long.
email@example.comHutchison, S., 2000 (Aug 22) Dendrodoris aurea from South Australia. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/2896
Without looking inside, or at least underneath to see the shape of the head, I can't be 100% sure but I think these are the very similarly coloured Dendrodoris aurea. The relatively thin and wide mantle skirt, is more typical of D. aurea than N. chrysoderma.