Phyllidiopsis striata (Bergh, 1889)

Phyllidiopsis striata is hard to find in the Marshalls, known from 20 or more specimens from Enewetak and Kwajalein Atolls. Most were found on lagoon pinnacles and on the seaward reef in ledges and under rocks at depths from about 6 to 20 meters. Four measured specimens ranged from 13 to 16mm in length. We have also found this in Pohnpei.

Created 25 December 2006
Updated 16 July 2016

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