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Taringa halgerda  Gosliner & Behrens, 1998

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Taringa halgerda is characterized by low flat yellow tubercles which are scattered over the central region of the whitish mantle. The translucent white gills are large and sparsely pinnate and lined with black. The rhinophores are black.
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