Exquisite Lined Flatworm Pseudobiceros bedfordi
Divers frequently come across the exquisite lined flatworm on coral reefs. Its striking pattern of pinkish transverse stripes and white dots against a black background make it easily recognizable. The exquisite lined flatworm is usually seen crawling over rocks in search of tunicates and crustaceans, but it is also a fairly good swimmer. Sometimes, the exquisite lined flatworm's head end is reared up and a pair of flaplike tentacles can be seen.
- Class Turbellaria
- Length Up to 3 in (8 cm)
- Depth Not recorded
- Habitat Coral reefs
- Distribution Tropical waters of Indian and western Pacific oceans