Trapania scurra is known in the Marshalls from a single specimen found under a rock on a lagoon pinnacle at a depth of about 5m on 19 February 2013. The Marshalls represents a considerable range extension from its known locations in Indonesia and the Philippines, and this specimen tends towards more white with thinner lines enclosing the white, roughly hexagonal-shaped areas of the dorsum. The animal measured 11mm stretched out.
Created 20 February 2013
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