January 2, 2001
From: Bruce Potter
I found a pair of these very small white nudibranchs, and a third single one about 20 feet away. This is just outside of Honiara in Solomon Islands. They were in about 8 meters, on algae covered coral rubble.
They were about 12mm long. The white surface was not smooth, but just a little bit bumpy.
I have not found it in any of my books. Do you know it?
email@example.comPotter, B., 2001 (Jan 2) Chromodoris preciosa from Solomon Ids. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/3232
It looks like Chromodoris preciosa. The gills are retracted and it is a bit hard to distinguish the red and yellow mantle border, but on the whole I am pretty sure that's what it is.
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