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Biology/Natural History: In Alaska, is sometimes found on the operculum of the Oregon (hairy) triton, Fusitron oregonensis. Crepidula nummaria may be synonymous with this species. The systematics needs to be worked out better. The females brood their young, which can distinguish this species from C. nummaria.

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Source: Invertebrates of the Salish Sea

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