Atagema intecta (Kelaart, 1858b)
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This species has blunt tubercles decorated with low papillae. There is
an irregular white line running along the midline of the notum from the
rhinophores to the branchia.
Atagema intecta is
a rare dorid known from only a few animals. It is found in shallow,
Big Island, Oahu, Pearl & Hermes Reef and Midway: widely distributed in the Indo-Pacific.
It was first recorded in Hawaii at Fort Kam Reef, Oahu by Scott Johnson on
Oct. 16, 1977 and is referred to in some sources as Trippa intecta.
Midway Atoll; June, 1993.
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