November 24, 2005
From: Linda Ianniello
I believe this is a Thuridilla livida from SE Sulawesi. I see that you don't have very many images of this species.
Locality: Outer Pinnacle dive site, Hoga Island, SE Sulawesi. Indonesia, November 5, 2005. Coral wall. Photographer: Linda Ianniello
email@example.comIanniello, L., 2005 (Nov 24) Thuridilla livida from SE Sulawesi. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/15347
Thanks for another record. As I often say the more photos we get, the better idea we have of variation in a species. Your photo is interesting because it shows the blue pigmentation arrange in a series of elongate patches, rather than a continuous, supporting Skip Pierce's earlier comments about the 'mobility' of some elysiid pigments. It;s alos clear from your photo that the background colour of the animal rather than being described as dark brown or black is better described as translucent grey with a distinct greenish tinge from the internal digestive gland.
Thuridilla hoffae? found sthn Queensland
From: Gary Cobb, September 5, 2007
Thuridilla livida from the northern Marianas
From: Takao Urasawa, November 15, 2005
Thuridilla livida from Indonesia?
From: Roberto Sozzani, May 4, 2005
New record of Thuridilla livida from the GBR
From: Ingo Burghardt, February 2, 2005
Lindsay Warren's Elysia sp. 1
From: Clay Carlson, June 6, 2002
Re: Thuridilla from Hachijo Island, Japan
From: Shouichi Kato, May 18, 2002
Thuridilla livida from the Seychelles
From: Erwin Koehler, June 15, 2001
Thuridilla livida with egg mass
From: Lindsay Warren , June 15, 2001
Elysia from Sulawesi
From: Lindsay Warren, April 6, 1999