Martadoris limaciformis (Eliot,
|Maximum size: 10 mm
This is a bright orange species with scattered cream tubercles. The
gills and rhinophore sheaths are lined with cream and the branchia
are tipped with purple.
is known from a single animal found under a rock in a moderately
exposed rocky location at a depth of between 3 and 6 m (10 and 20 ft).
Maui: widely distributed in the Indo-Pacific.
It was first recorded in Hawaii from west Maui by CP on Sept. 4, 1995 and was known as Tambja limaciformis until Martadoris was erected by Willan & Chang, 2017.
Photo: PF: 10
mm: found by CP; west Maui: Sept. 4, 1995.
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