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This is a flattened, smooth, dusky pink species with a violet marginal
line. The rhinophores are pink with white tips and the branchia are
decorated with white and gray.
dendrodorid #14 is known from one animal dredged from about 100 m
This species is most likely a Dendrodoris. However, since
no specimen was collected, it's placement in that genus (or this family,
for that matter--it was previously listed as "Unidentified Dorid #14") remains uncertain. It was first recorded
in Hawaii from off Hale'iwa Trench, Oahu by Terry
Gosliner in the 1970s.
Gosliner: dredged from about 100 m (328 ft), Oahu; 1970s.
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