Mitra bernhardina (Röding, 1798)

Mitra berhnardina is moderately common, usually found under or exposed on rocks on pinnacle and seaward reefs, but is most often seen on relatively shallow interisland reefs at depths of 4-20m. Most shells are heavily encrusted and blend in well with their surroundings.

Created 2 September 2015

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