|Researched by||Ken Neal||Refereed by||Admin|
|Authority||(Alder & Hancock, 1854)|
|Other common names||False doris||Synonyms||-|
Adalaria proxima is a substantial sea slug with a broad yellow body covered in fleshy projections (tubercles). Near the rear end is a circle of feathery gills and near the front end are antenna-like rhinophores that have a ribbed or stacked-plate like appearance (lamellate).
Adalaria proxima may be confused with Onchidoris muricata but Adalaria proxima has a deeper colour and the rhinophores (tentacles at the front end longer than the tubercles) are more blunt at the tip.
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Last Updated: 04/06/2007