Red Mouthed Dove-Shell

Pseudamycla miltostoma (Tenison-Woods, 1877)

A small solid shell that features six whorls that are slightly convex and the last whorl swollen and spirally struated. The colouration and markings vary across specimen from reddish browns to whites. It may or may not have blotches and other patterns

How to identify Pseudamycla miltostoma?

What habitats does Pseudamycla miltostoma live in?

Can be found subtidally amoungst rocks and seaweeds.

What is the distribution of Pseudamycla miltostoma?

Southern Australia including around Tasmania

How big does Pseudamycla miltostoma grow?

Can grow to around 10mm

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