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Hallaxa fuscescens (Pease, 1871) [Doris]

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Hallaxa fuscescens has a translucent black body with low rounded black tubercles scattered over the mantle. The bipinnate black gills are arranged in a tight, upright circle around the anal papillae, the rhinophores are also black.
More information on Hallaxa fuscescens are on Bill Rudman's Sea-Slug Forum!