Pruvotfolia? sp. e735

The cerata of this small species resemble those of Herviella albida, but in that species the rhinophores are tall and nearly smooth, very unlike the distinctly lamellate ones of this animal. It is possible this one is a species Gosliner et al, 2015, figure as Pruvotfolia sp. 2 (page 379). This animal was found in a Kwajalein reef quarry by Christina Sylvester.

This one appears to be the same species.

Created 12 December 2015
Updated 16 July 2016

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