July 31, 2002
From: Jim Anderson
Thank you for the ID and information. Attached is a part image of another of the animals in the egg mass.
JAnder4454@aol.comAnderson, J., 2002 (Jul 31) Re: Favorinus cf. mirabilis. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/7663
Thanks for the close up. I had hoped it would show the purple spot more clearly but I suspect its clearer at a smaller magnification. It certainly suggests Favorinus mirabilis but it would be nice to compare their radula and find a more 'typical' F. mirabilis without a white back or oral tentacles, or with a white tip to the cerata.
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