Glossodoris aeruginosa

Rudman, 1995

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Glossodoris aeruginosa from Queensland, Australia
Identification verified by Bill Rudman
Below is comment from Dr. Bill Rudman, go to Sea Slug Forum to read more information
Dear Gary,
These are indeed beautiful photos of a beautiful species. Why isn't it on the Forum? Same reason as why many other species aren't there - too little time! The Fact Sheet has been half-finished since early 2003 so your message has been the catalyst for me completing it.There are very few records of this species since the first from New Caledonia. We have a couple of new records from the Great Barrier Reef in the Museum's collections, and there are those in Marshall & Willan (1999).
Best wishes
Bill Rudman

Comment from the photographer: We have found 4 of these spectacular nudibranchs here between Noosa and Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast. I see you do not have it in your species list!

Location:Queensland, Australia
Photographer:Gary Cobb
Camera:Unknown Unknown › View EXIF properties
Taken on:March 28, 2010
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Posted:6 years ago
Updated:6 years ago

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Scientific Classification

Species:Glossodoris aeruginosa