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Unidentified at suppressed - 7 Feb 2019
Unidentified at suppressed - 7 Feb 2019
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Unidentified 16 Feb 2019 JulesPhotographer

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Amoria Undulata? Unsure of species sorry! There were a number of these snails clinging to the rocks at the northern end of Lion's Park beach Pambula. This snail's shell was approx 3cm from front to back.

3 comments

Jennyncmg wrote:
   17 Feb 2019
The shape and size make me think it is a Nerite that had a hic-cup in it shell making.
LizAllen wrote:
   18 Feb 2019
I thought it might be a nerite ....blonde streak!
   18 Feb 2019
haha, starting a new trend perhaps?

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