Turridrupa jubata (Reeve, 1843)

Turridrupa jubata is moderately uncommon under rocks, in rubble, or in small ledges and caves at night on seaward and pinnacle reefs.The identification is somewhat tentative, since the shell also resembles Turridrupa cincta; however, the white anterior and apex, plux the slightly protuding siphonal canal, is more indicative of T. jubata. This one was found and photographed by Stan Jazwinski.

Created 20 February 2018

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