Mitra stictica (Link, 1807)

Mitra stictica is moderately common in certain habitats. It prefers shallow hard reef with shallow sand pockets, and by day the shell is usually buried in sand. They have been found intertidally, on tops of large lagoon pinnacles, and on other lagoon and shallow seaward reefs.

With feeding proboscis extended.

Created 5 September 2015
Updated 25 March 2017

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