A.m.P Posted July 24, 2021 Share Posted July 24, 2021 Not sure what this little guy is, bigger than most of the small limpets I have in my tank. Has an irregular shell perimeter, and is remarkably flat -stomatella shell flat-. The foot is also divided into two strange and visible regions where you can see through the body and into the musculature down below. To top it all off the animal has two bizarre calcified teeth-like bits up top and doesn't really have a typical grazer mouth at all, the white teeth-like areas glow under the blue and UV like I'd expect from the inside of a shell, speaking of which this dude's opalescent underneath and bland muddy-brown on the back of the shell. The pearly-underside and weird, flat shell + mouth almost had me thinking abalone, but it only has two antennae, no clue what it is.Maybe some kind of juvenile slipper snail? Quote Link to comment
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