Patterning varies, but grey checking on a pale background
How to identify the Chlorodiloma adelaidae?
Lives intertidally amongst rocks and seaweed this species differs only from Chlorodiloma crinita in lacking the tooth at the base of the columella. The coloration, sculpture and form are identical
South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania
Can grow to around 20mm
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