This aggressive slug-i-vore measures up to 55 mm. It feeds on the sacoglossid, Plakobranchus .
It is one of easier Gymnodorids to identify being white with an orange notal rim and longitudinal lines. The gill forms a flat arch across the notum.
It is found throughout the Indian and western Pacific oceans.
Sammamish, WA 98074
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WEBMASTER'S NOTES: The sighting of Gymnodoris striata at Romblon was a real treat for me as this was a first encounter! I knew immediately what we were dealing with after the guide pointed it out! I would recommend a visit to Romblon Island by all you slug enthusiasts! Avoid the ferry going in if you can, flying in is more expensive but entirely more realiable and less stressful!