Elysia sp. e726

This small Elysia was crawling exposed on some vermetid mucus in a Kwajalein reef quarry at a depth of about 2-3m on 5 October 2015.

This one may be another specimen, although the bumps do seem more pointed. It was found in an algae patch in Kwajalein lagoon.

This small specimen in the next two photos, found by Jay Lord at a depth of about 6m on Gea Pass pinnacle, could be the same.

Created 19 October 2015
Updated 19 March 2017

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