Photographed by: Hamid Rezai
This is identical to the Red Sea white form; see comments for photo 19955.
This fits my understanding of viridescens, albeit the pale form. It was originally described from East Africa, so loaclity fits.
I think this is Tritoniopsis elegans
, variable in colour and pattern, but usually with opaque white markings, very branched gills, and an obvious tail.
A juvenile individual.
This tritoniid nudibranch is characterised by the long and slender body, rather sparse gills that are supported on tall stalks, beige or brown background colour, and the distinct opaque white pattern down the centre of the dorsum.
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