May 7, 2009
From: Sully Bachel
Concerning message #2185:
Here is a nudibranch which looks like Noumea, but I'm not sure, or a juvenile form of Glossodoris pallida ?
Locality: Cap La Houssaye St Paul, 14 m, Reunion Island, Indian Ocean, 25 April 2009. Length: 10 mm. Photographer: Sully Bachel.
What is your opinion ?
firstname.lastname@example.orgBachel S., 2009 (May 7) Noumea? sp. 2 from Reunion Island. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/22434
This is what I have been calling Noumea? sp 2 although the shape of the mantle suggests it could be a Thorunna. I have mentioned before that I am sure I have seen an illustration of this - perhaps in one of Bergh's reports - but I still have not been able to locate it so perhaps I am just having a slight delusion.
Re: Noumea? sp. 2 from Reunion Island
From: Sully et Monika Bachel, May 21, 2009
Noumea? sp 2 from the Red Sea
From: Binyamin Koretz, May 8, 2006
Noumea sp. 2? from Sulawesi
From: Lindsay Warren, July 19, 2000
Noumea? from South Africa
From: Valda Fraser, April 5, 2000
Noumea? sp from Sulawesi
From: Lindsay Warren, April 4, 2000