Septa hepatica (Linnaeus, 1758)
Liver triton, 53mm

Septa hepatica is moderately common in the Marshalls. This is primarily a lagoon species. While a few specimens have been seen on the seaward reef, they are most common under rocks on lagoon pinnacles and interisland reefs at depths of 2 to 20m.

Created 5 August 2010
Updated 26 March 2017

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