Sagaminopteron pohnpei (Hoff & Carlson,
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This species has a translucent cream body intricately spotted in white,
brown and yellow. It lacks an elongate flagellum.
is known only from the highly protected waters of Kane'ohe Bay, Oahu.
Oahu: widely distributed in the western & central Pacific.
It was first recorded in Hawaii from Kaneohe Bay, Oahu by Terry
Gosliner in the 1970s. It was formerly placed in the genus Siphopteron.
Gosliner: Kaneohe Bay, Oahu.
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