Mopalia hindsii

From Natural History of Southeast Alaska
Jump to: navigation, search
Hind's Mopalia:
Hind's Mopalia (Mopalia hindsii): This chiton is identified by the wide, hairy girdle, the noticeable posterior notch, the often dull dorsal plates, and the cross-hatched "basket weave" pattern of the plates. This is a common intertidal species, which is often obvious due to its rather large size, up to four inches in length.

Local Notes

add location



Other References

Related Files