Eubranchus sp. 14 Genus: Forbes, 1838
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Eubranchus sp. 14 is characterized by its translucent body and cerata with a touch of white.
Some of the cerata may be very inflated. There seem to be subapical yellowish rings on the cerata and blueish
apices.The smooth rhinophores are also translucent whitish.
I think it is most probably Eubranchus ocellatus (Alder & Hancock, 1864) [Eolis], but I can't see
enough details for a positive identification.
How to cite:
Köhler, E. (2019), published 11 April 2019, Eubranchus sp. 14 Genus: Forbes, 1838