Julia zebra Kawaguti, 1981

Julia zebra, another of the sacoglossans with a bivalved shell, is known from several specimens, the first one found by Marissa and Peter Brown at a depth of about 12m on the lagoonside of Kwajalein Island. The animal was about 6mm long.

A second specimen was found by Christina Sylvester.

Another came from a Kwajalein lagoon algae patch.

Created 14 August 2015
Updated 16 July 2016

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