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Fissurella fascicularis (wobbly keyhole limpet) (San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 1 (16005050107)

Image of <i>Fissurella fascicularis</i> Lamarck 1822

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DescriptionAPI Fissurella fascicularis Lamarck, 1822 - exterior view of a wobbly keyhole limpet shell, 1.5 cm long. Anterior at the top and posterior at the bottom. Family Fissurellidae - limpets use their radulae to scrape algae from hard substrates. They typically occupy rock intertidal shorelines. Date 25 February 2011, 18:14 Source Fissurella fascicularis (wobbly keyhole limpet) (San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 1 Author James St. John

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