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A drab, dark-coloured nudibranch with no terminal spots on the ceratal tubercles. The rhinophore sheaths are slightly scalloped at the margins. The body is creamy-white but obscured by streaks of brown or black pigment. There is a paler concentration of white glands in the tubercles of the cerata, and brown or black mottled pigment all over the ceratal surfaces. A large Doto species, reaching 25mm in length. Similar to Doto pinnatifida but immeditely distinguishable by the lack of round pigment spots on the cerata.


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Source: Encyclopedia of Marine Life of Britain and Ireland

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