Mitra coffea Schubert & Wagner, 1829
49.5mm

Mitra coffea is moderately uncommon, most often found intertidally or in reef quarries or shallow lagoon reefs under rocks. Depth ranges down to about 8m. Peach colored egg capsules are deposited on the undersurfaces of rocks. Narrower specimens are sometimes confused with Mitra fulvescens.

Created 2 September 2015
Updated 25 March 2017

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