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These were quite easy to find in the Cabbage tree leaf bases.
Not usually the case.

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Leaf-Veined Slugs - Photo (c) nikbaines, all rights reserved, uploaded by Nicola Baines
grahame's ID: Leaf-Veined Slugs (Family Athoracophoridae)
Posted by grahame 2 months ago (Flag)
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Pseudaneitea aspera - Photo (c) Grahame, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
nzshells's ID: Pseudaneitea aspera, a member of Leaf-Veined Slugs (Family Athoracophoridae)
Posted by nzshells 2 months ago (Flag)
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Thanks Peter
These are the commonest of the Travis Leaf-veins

Posted by grahame 2 months ago (Flag)
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Pseudaneitea aspera - Photo (c) Grahame, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
grahame's ID: Pseudaneitea aspera, a member of Leaf-Veined Slugs (Family Athoracophoridae)
Posted by grahame 2 months ago (Flag)
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Pseudaneitea aspera - Photo (c) Grahame, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
grahame's ID: Pseudaneitea aspera, a member of Leaf-Veined Slugs (Family Athoracophoridae)
Pseudaneitea aspera - Photo (c) Grahame, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
Community ID: Pseudaneitea aspera, a member of Leaf-Veined Slugs (Family Athoracophoridae)
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