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Pseudoceros cruentus  Newman & Cannon 1998

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I identified the above specimens using the website of Marian K. Litvaitis DISCOVER LIFE, and POPPE-IMAGES, the identification is tentative.
Let me quote Marcela Bolanos at LifeDesks:
"External anatomy: Soft and fragile body with rounded oval shape and indented margin. The color and color pattern are variable with a mottled red granular pigment and cream flecks and blotches, especially on the margin. The ventral side is light red. Small pseudotentacles formed by simple folds of the anterior margin with pseudotentacular eyes more dense in the tips. A small cerebral cluster contents about 20 eyespots. Pharynx formed by elaborated folds."