Hypselodoris kanga Rudman, 1977
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Hypselodoris kanga is one of a number of species with a bluish background
colour, short dark blue lines and yellow or orange spots. Hypselodoris
kanga is characterized by the triangular gills, edged in red/brown (2 thin lines) with
a series of yellow spots up the outer face, which are usually diffuse, in this specimen extreme.
Pretty similar is Hypselodoris infucata
which has simple gills, edged in red/brown (1 broad line).
More information on Hypselodoris kanga are on
Bill Rudman's Sea-Slug Forum!