Neptunea amianta

From Natural History of Southeast Alaska
Jump to: navigation, search
White neptune:
White neptune (Neptunea amianta): The white neptune is a deepwater species most often seen below 200 meters. Most recovered specimens are from golden king crab pots. This species is unique in having a white shell. Like the Pribby (Neptunea pribiloffensis) it has a very delicate thin shell and generally fine ribbing.

Local Notes

add location



Other References

Related Files