Acmaea mitra

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Whitecap limpet:
Whitecap limpet (Acmaea mitra): This limpet is often found on rocks in the mid- to low- intertidal, where it eats the same coralline algae that often adorn its highly domed shell. When found on the beach, its shell is strikingly white and tall, compared to those of other common limpets.

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