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Snail

Snail
Snail
The tiny snail Olivella minuta can form dense populations in sandy or sandy-muddy sediments. As it moves around during low tides this snail leaves a grooved trail behind.
The tiny snail Olivella minuta can form dense populations in sandy or sandy-muddy sediments. As it moves around during low tides this snail leaves a grooved trail behind.
Alvaro E. Migotto
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Taxa: Olivella minuta
Experts: Alvaro E. Migotto
Date: Oct. 13, 2009, 2:06 p.m.
Place: Praia da Baleia, São Sebastião, SP, Brazil
Geolocation: S 23°46'48" W 45°39'50"
Alvaro E. Migotto. Snail. Cifonauta image database. Available at: http://cifonauta.cebimar.usp.br/media/1065/ Accessed: 2020-06-06.
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