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Pipi shells

Paphies australis


The pipi is abundant on flat sandy beaches, in sandy and silty mud in estuaries, and harbours where there is considerable water flow. These pipi shells, were spotted at Petone beach, Lower Hutt, NZ,

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Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand

Spotted on Jan 12, 2013
Submitted on Jan 20, 2013

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