Thorunna cf. halourga Johnson &
|Maximum size: 5 mm.
This tiny, elongate species is pink with a magenta line encircling the
mantle just inside the white mantle margin. The rhinophores are
red-orange and the gills are translucent pink with a red-orange rachis.
The only known Thorunna cf. halourga
found in the open on a rubble bottom in a moderately protected location
at a depth of 18 m (60 ft).
Maui: Thorunna halourga is
known from the western Pacific.
It was first recorded in Hawaii from Makena, Maui by PF on Aug. 4, 1989.
Photo: PF: 5
mm: Makena, Maui; Aug. 4, 1989.
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