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West Indian False Cerith

Lampanella minima


extremely abundant in and around the intertidal (“between tide lines”) and supralittoral (“above the high tide line”) zones of mangroves in South and Southwest Florida


There are hundreds if not thousands of these tiny black shells all over the tide line among the mangroves of this park. Almost all are smaller than half an inch and all black. In this picture there was a slightly larger one that had at 1 white stripe among the others, and one that was on top of a fallen mangrove leaf that made a nice picture..

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North Miami, Florida, United States

Spotted on Dec 4, 2021
Submitted on Dec 5, 2021

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