Herviella albida Baba, 1966

This would appear to be Herviella albida. It is known in the Marshalls from three specimens found at Enewetak Atoll, plus at least a couple more from Kwajalein. The Enewetak specimens were on lagoon reefs under dead coral at depths ranging from 1 to 4 meters. The three specimens ranged from 6 to 9mm in length.

The individual below was found and photographed by Christina Sylvester in one of the quarries on the seaward reef flat of Kwajalein Island at a depth of about 2m.

Below is another specimen found and photographed in the Kwajalein reef quarries in about 2m of water by Marissa Brown.

Created 8 January 2007
Updated 12 December 2015

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