Drupa rubusidaeus Röding, 1798
39.4mm

Drupa rubusidaeus is common on a wide range of lagoon, pinnacle and seaward reefs. The yellow and lavender aperture make the shell easy to identify. As is the case with many of its relatives, the shell is usually encrusted, but when visible is orange in color.

Created 5 October 2017

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