This sea slug species has a small (1.5-2 cm) rounded translucent body and mantle that is covered with long-pointed papillae--there is a yellow stripe along the edge of the mantle (Sea Slug Forum 2011, Racerocks 2011). Global range is the Pacific Coast of North America (Racerocks 2011).
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