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Phidiana hiltoni? Lovely, and so nicely displayed.
I believe that is correct. I have it as a Hilton's Aeolid and the scientific name you show. It is frustrating that I relabel the digital file photos to state what is in the photo, including latin name, locations and dates, but when they upload to the MeetUp albums none of that info gets uploaded.
The book I use has the same common name. My guess is we are working from the same book: Eastern Pacific Nudibranchs. Common names can be quite different when we work from different books, the Latin names are reliable across references.
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