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Diversity, Volume 10, Issue 3 (September 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The nudibranch, Phyllodesmium magnum Rudman, 1991, is one of several sea slug species that have [...] Read more. The nudibranch, Phyllodesmium magnum Rudman, 1991, is one of several sea slug species that have been recently recorded south of their previously known distribution limit on the Australian east coast. Sea slugs provide a useful target group for monitoring shifts in distribution driven by warming conditions. With many colourful species, they are a popular target for citizen scientist monitoring programs, such as the Sea Slug Census, from which several of these new records have been obtained. View this paper.