August 9, 2002
From: Clinton Bauder
To accompany my other message here are some pictures of Anisodoris lentiginosa from Langara Island in the Queen Charlottes (British Columbia, Canada) in July 2002. Depth was about 18M-20M and the animal was very large. Over 200mm for sure.
I'm not entirely sure if the egg ribbon belongs to the slug but it seems likely.
Bauder, C., 2002 (Aug 9) Anisodoris lentiginosa from British Columbia (2). [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/7684
It will be interesting to see if anyone recognises the egg ribbon. It looks fairly distinctive. Its size and proximity certainly suggest it belongs to the slug, but we can be easily fooled.
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