Nembrotha milleri Gosliner & Behrens, 1997
Nembrotha milleri Gosliner & Behrens, 1997: 296, figs 7-9; Pola et al., 2008: 172, figs 14G, 16C, 18.
Material.— Derawan, East Borneo, iv.1997, one individual 60 mm in length, photo only J. Hinterkircher.
Non-Indonesian material.— Bohol, Philippines, iii.2004, photos of one individual, J. Hinterkircher.
Remarks.— These records of N. milleri are unfortunately based only on photographs: they were dark velvety green with longitudinal black creases along the body which also ran up the gill bases. The rhinophore sheaths and gills were green basally, but with green-edged black lamellae. A Periclimenes sp. shrimp was noted living within the gills (pl. 1 fig. 6). Tonozuka (2003) also provides a photo taken south of Sulawesi showing two Periclimenes sp. on N. milleri. No other species is similar: N. cristata (p. 907) is also green and black but the ground colour is black, not green as in N. milleri. Nembrotha kubaryana (p. 908), which can have a green linear pattern on black but is more usually spotted, has brighter green markings and additional bright orange margins.