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Pseudobiceros gratus  Kato, 1937

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Let me quote the description of Pseudobiceros gratus by Marcela Bolanos at LifeDesks:
"External anatomy: Body with deep marginal ruffles and a transparent background which varies from white to light brown. Three or four lateral stripes, joining posteriorly and a narrow black rim around the body. The pseudotentacles are black with white tips, pointed, ear-like with numerous eyes close to the margin. The ventral side is transparent white with a narrow black rim. The body is raised on the longitudinal median line. Presence of a small cerebral cluster with about 60 eyespots. A long and narrow pharynx with simple folds."
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