Polycerid, growing to about 30mm, with brown or reddish spots all over body and a row of large papillae around the mantle edge. The upper half of the papillae have many retractile unbranched secondary papillae. This species has been found feeding on encrusting bryozoan colonies.
First described from the Mediterranean. has since been reported from South Africa, West Africa, Japan and eastern Australia.
Doris fimbriata Delle Chiaje, 1841
Doris ramosa Cantraine, 1835
Euplocamus atlanticus Bergh, 1892
Euplocamus croceus Philippi, 1836
Euplocamus frondosus Philippi, 1839
Euplocamus japonicus Bergh, 1880
Kaloplocamus atlanticus (Bergh, 1892)
Kaloplocamus aureus Odhner, 1932
Kaloplocamus filosus Cattaneo-Vietti & Sordi, 1988