October 2, 2001
From: Nishina Masayoshi
First, I must apologize to this animal and people who love sea slugs. I did not recognize this animal as being a kind of sea slug. I thought it is a kind of soft coral but my wife knew and pointed it out to me. It was to the rock wall.
I touched the surface comparatively strongly and cerata fell out. And it was then that I realized for the first time that this animal is a sea slug. Although it's not a good photo I hope it is useful in your study.
Hachijo Island, 21 April 2001
Frequency on Hachijo: maybe uncommon or rare
email@example.comNishina, M., 2001 (Oct 2) Ceratophyllidia sp. from Japan. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/5059
Thanks for the photo. It is a good photo to have because it shows very well how these animals drop their tubercles so easily
From: Bob Bolland, November 24, 2001
Ceratophyllidia africana from South Africa
From: Valda Fraser, November 23, 2001
Ceratophyllidia? from Indonesia & Thailand
From: Walabha Sinbul, October 8, 2001
From: Bill Rudman, July 23, 1998