These all appear to be variations of a species figured on the Newman & Cannon CD as Pseudobiceros sp. 22. They are medium to large in size and have been rarely found under rocks on lagoon pinnacles and reefs.
This dark one is similar to what we are calling Pseudobiceros uniborensis. It may be the two species are the same.
Created 22 April 2014
Updated 29 March 2017
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