June 24, 2002
From: Clinton Bauder
Saw this pair of mating Archidoris odhneri this month at South Monastery Beach in Carmel California. Depth was about 13m. They are about 130mm in length.
email@example.comBauder, C., 2002 (Jun 24) Archidoris odhneri from Carmel, California. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/7311
For these two to be mating, they would have to have their right, rather than their left sides together. I suppose its possible the photo is reversed, but even so I don't know why they would me sitting on top of egg masses to mate. The other, and more likely possibility is that they are both laying their eggs close together for some reason.
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