Medium sized shelled sacoglossan often found
hiding amongst Caulerpaprolifera (a green alga).
It inhabits bays or areas of calm water with
muddy sand where its food source grows in
abundance. The colour varies from light green to
brownish with several paler spots on the body.
Rhinophores are present, coloured green, rolled,
and with paler spots forming a line at the tips. The
body is covered with small paler coloured small
papillae. External shell is present but covered with
skin; a siphonal canal is present. Size: 20mm. Uncommon.
Specific characteristics: Shape, specific colour
and habitat makes this species easy to identify.