Tenellia sp. 76 (page 298 in NSSI 2nd Ed.)
This is a strikingly beautiful aeolid. Its body is yellowish-green with amazing orange rhinophores. The cerata have a dark greenish branch of the digestive gland. Specimens vary with locality, some having white specks on the cerata, with a white apices like those from Papua New Guinea (page 298 in NSSI 2nd Ed) to no white specks but a brilliant pink subapical band like Zaineb's specimen from Lembeh, Indonesia. It has also been documented from Bali. Like most Tenellia, it feeds on arborescent hydroids.
"..Zeineb Alhaidari is a veterinarian , specializing in dermatology , living in the south of France , on the Mediterranean seashore. Zeineb started diving in 2001 , and realized it was a wonderful way to get away from stress. she became addicted , and developed an early interest in marine biology , thus giving her "better eyes" for underwater photography. Zeineb was fortunate to have as her backyard the Mediterranean sea, which is a wonderful and endless game of field, and she loves small creatures. Zeineb has joined a small association of underwater photographers, the Aquanautes (www.lesaquanautes.eu/), and her u/w camera is an Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II in an Olympus housing with a single Inon D 2000 strobe..."
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