Mopalia lignosa

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Woody chiton:
Woody chiton (Mopalia lignosa): This common intertidal chiton can be identified by the hairs originating from lighter spots on the girdle, by the feather-like dark patterns on the plates which are typically dark green, and the rows of longitudinal pits on the central areas of the dorsal plates.

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