Eubranchus sp. 10 Genus: Forbes, 1838
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Eubranchus sp. 10 is characterized by its translucent body, covered with minute opaque white spots.
The translucent cerata have a large subapical swelling, the ceratal core has yellow and bluish pigment near the tips.
The smooth rhinophores and the oral tentacles are translucent with minute opaque white spots.The upper
half of the rhinophores is opaque white, below is a some orange pigment. The specimen #1
was 1 mm long, the second specimen was 1 - 2 mm long,
both of them seem to be juveniles. Gordon Tillen used a +10 diopter to take these pictures.
How to cite:
Köhler, E. (2019), published 8 April 2019, Eubranchus sp. 10 Genus: Forbes, 1838