Tambja morosa (Bergh, 1877)

Tambja morosa is rare in the Marshalls, known from only two specimens found at Kwajalein. The larger of the two (two lower photos) measured just over 80mm and was found exposed on dead coral at a depth of about 12 meters on a lagoon pinnacle. We also have this species from Hawaii and Pohnpei.

Created 3 January 2007

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