Dendrodoris albopurpura Burn, 1957

We recorded nine specimens of this species in Hawaii, all from Makua, Oahu, where they were in ledges and small caves at night at depths from about 3 to 7m. The same species occurs in the Marshall Islands, where it is usually found under rocks. These nudibranchs are elongate and rather large, reaching at least 120mm in length.

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