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This is a tiny sea slug, less than 1 cm, can be confused with E. vittatus. This very similar species, has no tubercles or swellings on the cerata. There may be as many as seven transverse rows of cerata. The body is white with brown or olive green blotches or brown with white spots.


As far as we know, it feeds solely on hydroids well below the tidal zone.


This nudibranch is registered in the western parts of the Mediterranean, France, the British Isles and Norway.