Pterygia crenulata (Gmelin, 1791)

Pterygia crenulata is moderately rare to rare at Kwajalein, mostly living in sand and sand pockets on lagoon reefs and pinnacles at depths of 8 to 22m.

Egg capsules are deposited on the undersides of rocks.

Created 6 September 2015

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