June 27, 2000
From: Scott Johnson
Here are some shots of the Hawaiian Halgerda terramtuentis. It is one of the more commonly observed nudibranchs in Hawaii; although you tend not to see large numbers at any one time, it lives in a pretty wide variety of primarily subtidal habitats and is usually well exposed to view both day and night. While it can be cryptic in multicolored sponge-encrusted ledges, it can also contrast with its surroundings in some areas.
email@example.comJohnson, S., 2000 (Jun 27) Halgerda terramtuentis from Hawaii. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/2625