Rhinoclavis articulata (Adams & Reeve, 1850)

These are abundant in sand on lagoon, pinnacle and seaward reefs at Kwajalein.

Below the Rhinoclavis articulata is to the right. Above left is Cerithium salebrosum and the two at lower left are Rhinoclavis diadema. All were common in flake sand at the bottom of a seaward reef surge channel.

Created 26 November 2017

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