Appearance''Syphonota'' differs from the other Aplysiidae genera, through the position of the rhinophores , which are further back, almost between the parapodial lobes. The parapodia, fleshy winglike outgrowths, come to a noticeable high point at the top of the animal.
The body coloration is whitish to green, with brown specks and a complicated network of white lines.
The maximum recorded length is 170 mm.
DistributionThis species is found in the Indo-West Pacific oceans, off Western Australia, and the Mediterranean, and Red seas.
HabitatThis sea hare lives in lagoons and bays on sandy substrates.
Minimum recorded depth is 6 m. Maximum recorded depth is 7.5 m.
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