Mitra petrosa Sowerby, 1874

Mitra petrosa is uncommon to moderately rare at Kwajalein, where it seems to live only in fine sand on the floors of small caves and ledges at 10 to 20m. Living specimens are typically seen only at night, when they may be on the sand or crawling on the caves walls.

Created 5 September 2015

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