Spengler's Triton
Cabestana spengleri

Summary

Named after the Danish naturalist Lorenz Spengler this species features yellowish-brown periostracum when alive. Sculptured with strong spiral ribs, the outer lip is thickened and strongly toothed within


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Habitat

Among rocks and cunjevoi on exposed rocky shores, depth to 80 m

Distribution

From southern Queensland to Tasmania and South Australia.

Size

Can grow to around 180mm whilst around 80mm is more common

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