Fahey & Gosliner, 1999
Tropical Indo-West Pacific.
Underside of a dead coral at 10m depth, Kerama Is. near Okinawa. The bigger animal is 30mm long. Inset showing colour of ridges. PHOTO: Atsushi Ono.
Mantle is yellow to pale orange-brown and there are relatively low angled ridges. The ridges are lined with white and oulined with rows of small brown specks. brown and white marks can be found scattered elsewhere on the mantle. The rhinophore clubs are black and there is a dull black mark on the posterior side of the rhinophore stalks. The gills are translucent white.
•Fahey, S. & Gosliner, T.M. (1999) Description of three new species of Halgerda from the western Indian Ocean, with a redescription of Halgerda formosa, Bergh, 1880. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 51(8): 365-383.
Rudman, W.B., 2000 (March 14) Halgerda dalanghita Fahey & Gosliner, 1999. [In] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/factsheet/halgdala
Halgerda dalanghita from Sodwana Bay
From: Colin Ogden, August 19, 2008
Halgerda dalanghita from the Solomon Islands
From: Barbara Hanchard, August 13, 2008
Halgerda dalanghita? from Japan
From: Nishina Masayoshi, March 11, 2002
Halgerda dalanghita from Japan
From: Rie Nakano, January 10, 2002
Three? species of Halgerda from Kerama Island
From: Atsushi Ono, March 16, 2000