Pseudobiceros bedfordi is a large polyclad flatworm approximately 8-10 cm in length. It has a distinctive pattern consisting of a brown to black background, with multiple transverse, bilateral pink lines around thousands of tightly spaced, bright yellow spots, pink undulating spots with stripes on the sides of the body. The edges of the body are usually ruffled. The underside of Pseudobiceros bedfordi is pale pink. The front of the body has a pair of erect pseudotentacles. Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudobicer...
Coral rubble and ledges in back reefs, coastal bays, and in lagoons.
About an inch long (2.5cm) found at a depth of 9m. Night dive.
Lat: 13.80, Long: 120.91
Spotted on Mar 17, 2012
Submitted on Jun 22, 2012