Appearance''Doriprismatica atromarginata'' ranges in colour from creamy-white through yellow to pale brown. It typically has a black-lined edge running down the outside of a very folded mantle and black rhinophore clubs. The frilly mantle sometimes appears to move like a wave as the animal crawls along. It can reach a total length of at least 60 mm. This species is very similar in appearance to ''Doriprismatica sibogae'' and ''Doriprismatica plumbea'', although ''Doriprismatica atromarginata'' is by far the more common and is not quite as deep yellow in colour as the other species.
DistributionThis species is found throughout the tropical and sub-tropical Indo-Pacific area.
Habitat''Doriprismatica atromarginata'' feeds on sponges and has been seen feeding on the species ''Hyatella intestinalis''.
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