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Wedge Sea Hare

Dolabella auricularia


This specimen is approximately 12 cm long. It has a distinctly flattened disk on the posterior surface of the animal. This species had soft pustules, leading to a rather knob-like appearance. It has a short, blunt head. Its body is covered with tubercles and skin flaps.


Spotted in a tidal pool in Santiago Bay, Camotes Island.

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Cebu, Philippines

Spotted on Apr 24, 2013
Submitted on May 10, 2013

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