Squat, sturdy shell with patterns of white and dark green often resembling a checkerboard patter. When fresh, the shell possesses a thick, velvety dark brown periostracum.
Size: up to 50mm.
Very common on intertidal rock flats.
Southern Queensland to southern Western Australia, including Tasmania.
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