August 8, 2002
From: Clinton Bauder
More from Coronation Island in Alaska, July, 2002. The wall was absolutely covered in Janolus fuscus. Not sure whether they were eating the yellowish sponge or the hydroids. Depth was maybe 12m and they were about 50mm in length.
email@example.comBauder, C., 2002 (Aug 8) Janolus fuscus from Alaska. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/7687
These animals should feed on arborescent bryozoans. I am pretty sure the weedy thing they are on is such a bryozoan.
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