Caloria sp h185a

This eolid differs from Caloria indica in having a wide white band running between the rhinophores and back along the middle of the dorsum, and in its mostly white cephalic tentacles. Some of these features can more easily be seen in specimens from the Marshall Islands, listed as Caloria sp. e551. Since we long had these lumped with Caloria indica, our observational notes do not indicate which species (or form) we saw where.

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Created 20 April 2009
Updated 23 February 2015

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