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California Bubble Snail

Bulla gouldiana

Description:

Bulla gouldiana has a semi-transparent, paper-thin, globose shell that is brown or pale violet. The head, mantle and foot are yellowish-brown with mottled whitish dots. The aperture is wide anteriorly and narrow posteriorly. The egg mass is a yellow to orange tangled string of jelly, containing oval capsules. Each one contains up to 25 eggs, which develop into veliger larvae

Habitat:

long beach ,california

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Hema
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Hema

California, USA

Spotted on May 30, 2016
Submitted on May 30, 2016

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