Pisania ignea (Gmelin, 1791)

Pisania ignea is a very active snail, common on many lagoon and pinnacle reefs, extending into the intertidal and reef quarries, where it is usually under rocks.

The shell below may be a very young juvenile. Later whorls of the shell would be smoother.

Created 24 September 2015

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