April 18, 2000
From: Valda Fraser
Unfortunately I have no information on the size of Thorunna horologia - is it typically about 10mm long? I think this may be one!
Locality: South coast KwaZulu-Natal SOUTH AFRICA. near Port Shepstone - 18m
Date: February 2000
firstname.lastname@example.orgFraser, V., 2000 (Apr 18) Thorunna horologia from South Africa. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/2285
Yes this is Thorunna horologia, and like most species of Thorunna it is relatively small for a chromodorid, 10-15 mm would be a normal size range for adults. The two animals I have photographed at the top of the page were 8 and 12mm long.
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