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There are various subspecies of rough periwinkles which are difficult to distinguish from one another. The 'authentic' rough periwinkle is very common along the North Sea coast. Their shells have obvious grooves and ribs. Sometimes, the grooves are darker than the rest, appearing as stripes. The shape and color are not always the same: some are truncated while others are peaked, gray or colorful.

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