This tiny eolid found and photographed by Jay Lord was found on an algae-covered PVC buoy on the lagoon side of Kwajalelin Island in 10m of water. This one looks similar to Eubranchus sp. 4 in Gosliner et al, 2015. It may be a form of Eubranchus e678, but looked different enough to keep separate for now.
Created 31 December 2014
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