Cerithium claviforme Schepman, 1907

This species is common at Kwajalein, but only on lagoon pinnacle reefs, mostly those in the southern atoll. They hide under rocks and back in holes during the day, but can be easily seen in ledges at night. Shells are usually heavily encrusted with coralline algae and other growths; the figured shells are all unusually clean.

Created 22 November 2017

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