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This nudibranch is greyish-white in colour with scattered patches of green or brown pigment. Each ceras has a white band towards its tip and 2-3 green or brown bands below this. The digestive gland is white and is visible through the ceratal epidermis. The rhinophores are smooth with white tips and a lower green or brown band. The larger individuals may grow to a length of approximately 20mm. This species is similar in appearance to Eubranchus doriae but has smooth, unswollen cerata with bands of dark pigment.

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Source: Encyclopedia of Marine Life of Britain and Ireland

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