Fissurellidea bimaculata

From Natural History of Southeast Alaska
Jump to: navigation, search
Two-spotted keyhole limpet:
Two-spotted keyhole limpet (Fissurellidea bimaculata): This pretty keyhole limpet sometimes doesn't look much like a limpet because its mantle may cover the entire shell. However, even then there is a characteristic little crater located apically. This limpet may be a predator on Marine vomit (Didemnum vexillum) in Whiting Harbor, near Sitka.

Local Notes

add location



Other References

Related Files