The shell is elongate and oval-shaped with almost smooth whorls showing only fine growth lines. When cleaned, the shells are brown to dark brown in colour with two or three lighter brown or yellowish bands on each whorl. There are two distinct 'teeth' on the left of the shell opening
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What habitats does Ophicardelus ornatus live in?
Lives high on the shore amongst strand-line debris in sheltered environments
What is the distribution of Ophicardelus ornatus?
Eastern Australia from QLD to Tasmania
How big does Ophicardelus ornatus grow?
Can grow to around 17mm
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