Polycera risbeci Odhner, 1941

The small Polycera is so far known in the Marshall Islands from only three specimens found at Kwajalein. A 4mm specimen was under dead coral on a lagoon pinnacle, while a larger 7mm specimen figured below was in Halimeda algae along a lagoon reef. The third was not measured.

The one below was under a rock on a shallow lagoon reef on 27 May 2012.

Created 3 January 2007
Updated 10 October 2012

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