Photo 2. The Caribbean leatherleaf slug, Sarasinula plebeia, that has stopped moving and retracted into its mantle. Note the difference in size of the same slug when moving (Photo 1).
Caribbean leatherleaf slug; also known as the bean slug or the American brown slug.
AUTHOR Grahame Jackson & Manu Mua
Information from Sarasinula plebeia. Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarasinula_plebeia; Veronicellidae: Sarasinula spp. Terrestial Mollusc Tool. USDA, UF, Lucid. (http://idtools.org/id/mollusc/factsheet.php?name=Veronicellidae:%20Sarasinula%20spp.); and from Brodie G, Barker GM (2012) Sarasinula plebeia (Fischer, 1868). Family Veronicellidae. USP Introduced Land Snails of the Fiji Islands. Fact Sheet Series, No. 4. (https://www.researchgate.net/publication/265646912_Sarasinula_plebeia_Fischer_1868_Family_Veronicellidae).
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