Small sized sacoglossan found in shallow water (>1m
depth) in collections of Cladophora sp. The body
colour is a pale greenish-white with green markings
and red spots. The large transparent leaf-like cerata
are dotted all over with red spots but white spots are
present near the edges. The green digestive gland
can be seen in each ceras. Rhinophores are partially
folded and bifid. Foot is transparent with several red
spots without transverse separation into two areas. Size: 3-9mm.
Specific characteristics:A very rare species, which
is difficult to find in the field. The green internal colour
in the cerata and short foot tentacles separate this
species from Polybranchia and the lack of a transverse
line across the foot is the distinguishing features of
this species in relation to Cyerce.