Striped-mouth Conniwink

Bembicium nanum Lamarck, 1822

A species of sea snail that form groups in crevices and rock depressions the shell is conical in shape, the height less than the width, with brown to black wavy lines running obliquely across the lower whorls.This species has some mutations  in it's shells note some of the pictures below

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What habitats does Bembicium nanum live in?

Upper intertidal zone on rocky reefs

What is the distribution of Bembicium nanum?

Southern mainland Australia and Tasmania

How big does Bembicium nanum grow?

Can grow up to 2cm across

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