Ardeadoris poliahu (Bertsch & Gosliner, 1989)

Ardeadoris poliahu could be seen with some regularity at various sites around Oahu, including Makaha, Makua, Pupukea, and Koko Head. It was usually exposed along walls and in ledges and small caves either day or night. We found a few at Puako, Hawaii, as well. While it can be found shallower, we found it most common at depths exceeding 10m. Large specimens exceeded 40mm in length.

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Created 20 April 2009
Updated 1 July 2012

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