Noumeaella isa Marcus
& Marcus, 1970
|Maximum size: 8 mm.
This is a translucent-cream animal densely flecked and reticulated with white. The
rhinophores have papillae on their posterior faces and the cerata are
more numerous than in the similar appearing Noumeaella
Noumeaella isa is known from one animal found
at Midway Atoll and one animal found in an algae wash from a silty Halimeda kanaloana bed at a depth of 6-9 m (20-30 ft) on Maui.
Maui and Midway:
widely distributed in the Indo-Pacific.
Taxonomic notes: It was first recorded in Hawaii from Midway Atoll by Terry Gosliner and PF.
Photo: CP: 8 mm: Kenolio Park, Maui; Dec. 11, 2014.
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