September 3, 2002
From: Nishina Masayoshi
The Echizen coast in winter is very cold and rough. It's a very severe winter for nudibranchs. The period when they can become active is for the three months from July to September. The population explodes during this summer period.
Date: 3 Aug 2002
Location: Echizen coast, Fukui pref. Japan
Water temp: 27C degree
email@example.comMasayoshi, N., 2002 (Sep 3) Hypselodoris sagamiensis from Echizen. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/7720
I separated these photos from your message about Hypselodoris maritima as these are the similarly coloured species Hypselodoris sagamiensis. Can you confirm these are its egg ribbons?
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