Adult shell white with a short pointed end (spire); juveniles often brown. Eastern form has rough ridges around the shell, which in the western and southern forms are broken up into discontinuous lumps. Aperture cream, often with a yellow stripe around internal edge
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What habitats does Dicathais orbita live in?
In crevices on rock platforms and rocky reefs, to depths greater than 10 m
What is the distribution of Dicathais orbita?
Southern mainland Australia and Tasmania
How big does Dicathais orbita grow?
Can grow to around 70mm
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