Drupella cornus (Röding, 1798)
27.05mm

Drupella cornus is common on a wide range of shall lagoon, pinnacle and seaward reefs. They are often found clustered on their prey, living coral.

The white areas on the corals in the two photos below show empty skeleton grazed clean of living coral tissue by the Drupella.

With egg mass?

Created 5 October 2017

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