February 24, 2020 Monday’s Macro Showing the iridescent inner aperture. Diloma variegata belong to the Top Shell family (Tochidae). Grazes on a diet of algae. The adults move up-shore away from predators such as starfish and whelks. Found in the intertidal zone on rocky shores. Share this:FacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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🙂 so unexpectedly when the outer shell is so plain!