April 14, 2000
From: Yoshi Hirano
I would like to show my photo of Eubranchopsis virginalis as an example of a specimen with 'acutely pointed tubercles' on the cerata. I agree with your comment that the outline of aeolid cerata may alter depending on individuals or condition of the animal.
Data: Kominato, Boso Peninsula, Japan
Intertidal, on Sargassum, BL 7 mm, 11 Dec. 1996.
email@example.comHirano, Y., 2000 (Apr 14) Re: Cerata of Eubranchopsis virginalis. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/2268
Your photo looks very like the painting in Opisthobranchs of Sagami Bay. Yasuhiro's animal seems to be a peculiar colour form with more white pigmentation and redder bands on the oral tentacles and rhinophores.