Eubranchus sp. #4
|Maximum size: 4 mm.
This species has a translucent-white body sprinkled with
flecks. The long, slightly lumpy cerata have white acid glands at
their tips and the cream digestive gland is visible within them.
The rhinophores and cephalic tentacles are smooth and white with
subapical translucent-orange bands.
It can be distinguished from Eubranchus
sp. #7 by its lack of white patches and white, as opposed to
The single known
was found in Halimeda kanaloana
at 27 m (90 ft).
It was first recorded in Hawaii from Makena, Maui by PF on June 7, 1995.
Photo: PF: 4
mm: Makena, Maui; June 7, 1995.
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