December 16, 2002
From: Erwin Koehler
Bob Bolland reports it from Okinawa - have a look at http://rfbolland.com/okislugs/chrohami.html
I think this is pretty far away from Tanzania...
email@example.comKoehler, E., 2002 (Dec 16) Re: Chromodoris hamiltoni from Pemba. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/8446
Bob's animal is what I am calling Chromodoris cf. colemani, It differs from C. hamiltoni in the number of longitudinal lines and in the orange border which is probably best described as submarginal. See Bernard Picton's earlier discussion on this. - Another lose end I'm afraid, but not as loose as a population of C. hamiltoni in the central Pacific.
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