Gymnodoris rubropapulosa (Bergh, 1905)
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is a large species with a tuberculate notum. The tubercles are
decorated with orange spots and the rachis is lined with orange.
is known from a single animal dredged from 60-90 m (197-295 ft) off
Oahu: widely distributed in the Indo-Pacific.
Taxonomic notes: It was first
recorded in Hawaii by Andrew Adams.
Adams: dredged from 60 to 90 m (197 to 295 ft); Oahu.
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