IUCN threat status:

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Morphology

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Sexual Dimorphism

Generally no Sexual Dimorphism but in at least one species, Chiton tuberculatus, the foot is pink in females and males are slightly larger than females. Gonads sometimes differ in color and are visible.

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Source: Fairbairn, 2013

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