February 6, 2009
From: Sully Bachel
Concerning message #14035:
Here is another Thorunna horologia observed in Reunion Island
At first, I think it was a Chromodoris alius that I sometimes found in my dives because its small size. But after looking the photos, I realised it was another species.
Locality: La Possession, 6 m, Reunion Island, Indian Ocean, 03 January 2009. Length: 15 mm. Photographer: Sully Bachel.
firstname.lastname@example.orgBachel, S., 2009 (Feb 6) Re: Thorunna horologia from Reunion island. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/22220
It is good to get a record of this seldom reported species, which is apparently found only in the western Indian Ocean. I suspect it is seldom seen, not because it is rare but because of its small size.
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