Imbricaria conularis (Lamarck, 1811)
16.9mm

Imbricaria conularis is common on many lagoon sandy slopes in Kwajalein lagoon. Buried by day, they emerge to crawl about on the surface of the sand at night, from depths of 3 to at least 40m.

Created 1 September 2015

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