We saw numerous specimens of this very small Elysia at various sites in the Tulamben area. It was especially common during the November 2015 trip. It appears to be the species called Elysia sp. 32 in Gosliner et al 2015.
Below are a couple of several specimens we saw at Amed that had a bit more green. You can almost imagine these turning into Elysia sp. b083, which were all two to three times the size of this species, as they grow. This is another group of species that could use another look.
Created 26 December 2012
Updated 19 January 2016
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