Speckled Periwinkle

Diloma concameratum (W. Wood, 1828)

A species of sea snail that's shell is turban shapped with rounded whorls the colour is variable with the background normally a dark grey to black overlayed with yellow to white or pale tessellation although in some cases the tessellations do become the more dominant colour.

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What habitats does Diloma concameratum live in?

Lives intertidally, among rocks and stones, on moderately sheltered shores

What is the distribution of Diloma concameratum?

South-eastern and south-western Australia including Tasmania

How big does Diloma concameratum grow?

Can grow to a width of up to around 25mm

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