March 5, 2002
From: Scott Johnson
Note added 12 March 2008: This species has been named Trapania circinata . The animal photographed here has been designated the holotype of the species. CASIZ 116803.
I apologize for the poor photos. My focus was apparently not working the day I shot these. This is the sole specimen I've seen here at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, of what appears to be Trapania darvelli. It was found at night exposed on dead coral on a lagoon pinnacle. I cannot put my hands on the details right now, but the specimen was small, probably around the 10 mm range.
firstname.lastname@example.orgJohnson, S., 2002 (Mar 5) Trapania darvelli? from the Marshalls. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/6326
It certainly matches the colour of Hong Kong animals of T. darvelli.