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There are three pairs of lateral appendages along the margin of the sides, each of them has a ramified apex. "Each ramification of the apex has a rounded base and a long, thin and sharp prolongation. The whole length of each of these appendages is covered by little and acute ramifications."
There is a second type of lateral appendages: thin, long with many small sharp ramifications, and with an unbranched terminal filament. "These appendages are present on the sides of the body, foot, dorsum and oral veil in number 15-17 per side with 6 on the oral veil." The filaments give the body and the appendages a hairy appearance which gives the species its name [peludo = hairy in Spanish].
VallÚs, Yvonne & Gosliner, Terrence. 2006. Shedding Light onto the Genera (Mollusca: Nudibranchia) Kaloplocamus and Plocamopherus with Description of New Species Belonging to These Unique Bioluminescent Dorids. The Veliger 48(3):178-205.
Pictures of two paratype specimens of Kaloplocamus peludo are at Robert F. Bolland's OKINAWA SLUG SITE
More information on Kaloplocamus peludo are on Bill Rudman's Sea-Slug Forum!
How to cite:
K÷hler, E. (2017), published 17 September 2017, Kaloplocamus peludo VallÚs & Gosliner, 2006
available from https://www.Philippine-Sea-Slugs.com/Nudibranchia/Euctenidiacea/Kaloplocamus_peludo.htm