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Elysia sp. 09 is caracterized by its whitish green colour - it is densely covered with minute white and green spots, which gives it a whitish appearance. There is also some yellowish-orange pigment. There are small white papillae on the body and on the parapodia. The rhinophores are translucent, with white and yellowish-orange spots.
There are many pictures identified as Elysia asbecki Wägele, Stemmer, Burghardt & Händeler, 2010 at Nudi Pixel, identifications are verified by Richard Willan, including the above species and Elysia sp. 08.
I did not agree with these identifications and asked Ingo Burghardt, one of the authors on Elysia sp. 08. He wrote in German, translated by me:
"There are some similarities, but the blue tips of the rhinophores and the bluish 'tail' would be very unusual. Elysia asbecki has a yellow ring at the tips of the rhinophores, and often a pink line at the posterior end of the foot, no blue. I guess this is a different species, possibly related to Elysia asbecki."
The description is online at http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2010/f/zt02676p028.pdf.
There are 2 specimens from Bali, Indonesia at Nudi Pixel #1, #2, which fit the description almost perfect!