Thuridilla undula Gosliner, 1995
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Thuridilla undula is characterized by a turquoise bluish green/cream colour.
At the parapodial edge is a burnt orange line, followed by a narrow line of black and
by an region of vivid blue pigment. Thuridilla undula has undulating parapodial
bands. This black and blue pigment is also on the head and the mid region of the
rhinophores. The tips of the rhinophores are orange while the base is coloured like
the body. Orange, black and blue bands are also present on the anterior margins of
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How to cite:
Köhler, E. (2021), published 4 July 2021, Thuridilla undula Gosliner, 1995