Paradoris sp. 02 Genus: Bergh, 1884
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Paradoris sp. 02 is characterized by a whitish body with a pattern of thin brownish-black lines running diagonally across the mantle skirt.
The rhinophores and the gills are basally translucent, the outer half is brownish-black. Like other species of Paradoris, the mantle tissue is packed full of opaque whitish spherules.
The body is in fact translucent with closely placed opaque white spots, which gives it a whitish appearance, see the close-up.
It is Paradoris sp. B in
Dayrat, B. (2006) A taxonomic revision of Paradoris sea slugs (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Nudibranchia,
Doridina). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 147 (2): 125-238
There are pictures of it at NUDIPIXEL from Taiwan,
Indonesia, and the Seychelles,
at the Sea-Slug Forum from South Africa and from the Marshall Islands.
More information on Paradoris sp. 02 as Paradoris sp. 1 are on
Bill Rudman's Sea-Slug Forum!