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Cingula trifasciata (J. Adams, 1800) (a marine snail)? (Identification not confirmed)

Cingula trifasciata (J. Adams, 1800) (a marine snail), Animals - in situ - highly enlarged

1. Animals - in situ - highly enlarged (1)

The smaller whitish snails are Onoba semicostata


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Malcolm Storey Canon EOS400D digital SLR with Tamron SP AF Di 90mm Macro 1:1 lens.
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Record info

Warning: Identification questionable
Date: 2 March 2010
OS grid ref: SY97
Lat/Lon: 50° 40' N, 2° 10' W
Location: Vice County: Dorset, VC9, England
Voucher: 02/03/2010[B]
Stage or state: Living animal
Record Summary: on underside of small boulder on seashore
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