November 3, 2006
From: Georgina Jones
Concerning message #18142:
I am very happy to go with Rostanga elandsia as an ID even without internal investigation -- the animal was spotted very much in the range given. I'm also very glad to know what it is now called -- so much better than Rostanga sp.1!
Going back to egg ribbons...
Would you be interested in pictures of the egg ribbon of Leminda millecra? I have a pic of one laying eggs and then of the egg ribbon itself.
email@example.comJones, G.J., 2006 (Nov 3) Re: Rostanga elandsia from South Africa. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/18195
A photo of Leminda and its egg ribbon would be very valuable. I'm afraid our knowledge of the life history of even the most common species is full of gaps so any photos and observations of sea slugs 'doing things' will always be welcome.