1. Glossodoris atromarginata; 2. Pupa solidula; S. Aeolidiella sanguinea; 4. Tylodina corticalis; 5. Corolla spectabilis; B. Elysia viridis. (illustration by Joseph E. Trumpey)
No common name
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