Australian Shells
Granata imbricata
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Granata imbricata

This shell is often mistaken for a small abalone, but lacks the row of holes on the shoulder.
Size: up to 50 mm, but mostly smaller. Common intertidally on rocky shores. The animal is white and possesses numerous tentacles around the edges of the mantle.

New South Wales to southern Western Australia.

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