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Trapania sp. 08  Genus: Pruvot-Fol, 1931

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Trapania sp. 08 is characterized by its white colour, by black/brown tipped white rhinophores and by yellow/orange outer halfs of the extrarhinophoral and extrabranchial appendages, the gills are translucent white, the oral tentacles can't be seen on the above picture.
There are several similar white species of Trapania:
Trapania aurata, which differs by orange tipped white rhinophores and by an orange line on the posterior end of the foot,
Trapania cf. aurata, which differs by solid white rhinophores
Trapania vitta, which differs by orange tipped white rhinophores and by solid white extrarhinophoral and extrabranchial appendages,
Trapania cf. vitta, which differs by orange tipped white rhinophores and by solid white extrarhinophoral and extrabranchial appendages,
Trapania gibbera, which differs by a dark brown bar between the oral tentacles, by orange edged gills, and by orange rhinophores.
Trapania japonica, which differs by brown spots on the mantle, and by brown edged gills.
Trapania armilla, which differs by a tuberculate body, and by a thin dark brown ring on each oral tentacle.
Trapania naeva, which differs rounded dark brown/black spots, and by dark brown/black lateral processes and rhinophores.