Glossodoris sp. 9

Lembeh Straits, Indonesia
Photo courtesy of Constantinos Petrinos

Glossodoris sp. 9 Undescribed

One of several undescribed species of Glossodoris to be seen in the soon to be released – Indo-Pacific Nudibranchs and Sea Slugs. This is just one of the over 1200 species presented in this new completely comprehensive field guide to the “World’s most diverse fauna.”

This is one of several milky white species with an opaque white marginal band followed by orange submarginal bands above and below. The gill and rhinophore are red tipped with white.

Constantinos shot this 40 mm critter in the Lembeh Strait of north Sulawesi, Indonesia, crawling out on the dark lava sands. Nothing else is known about it.

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