Anguipecten superbus (Sowerby, 1842)
64.25mm

Anguipecten superbus is rare in the Marshalls, but probably because it is found only rather deep on the seaward slope. It is most often seen as empty shells, but several living animals have been observed exposed on the slope at night.

Created 9 January 2018

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