Food of Haminoea cymbalum

March 24, 1999
From: Clay Carlson

Dear Bill,

My note on the possible host for H. cymbalum [the red algae, Laurencia], came from: Poiner, Paul & Scheuer,1989. Kumepaloxane, a rearranged trisnor sesquiterpene from the bubble shell Haminoea cymbalum. Tetrahedron, 45(3):617-622.


Carlson, C. & Hoff, P.J., 1999 (Mar 24) Food of Haminoea cymbalum. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from


Haminoea cymbalum

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