Cryptonatica aleutica

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Aleutian Moonsnail:
Aleutian Moonsnail (Cryptonatica aleutica): The Aleutian Moonsnail is an intertidal and subtidal predator. It may be found while digging in sandy substrates, and is readily identified by the lack of the hole in the back of the shell, the brownish stripes of the mantle, and the white patch by the umbilicus.

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