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Posted by Merry on December 16, 2013 at 10:02:09:

Worms, snails, and slugs, found mostly under rocks or tucked into crevices.

Serpulid worms:

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serpulid worm trio photo SerpulidtrioDSC_4169_zpsf10100f9.jpg

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Perhaps a marginella Volvarina?, approximately 1 cm.
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Caliostoma species.
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Trivia, confused as to the species.
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Jewels appear to line the skirt of Cadlina modesta.
Cadlina modesta photo CadlinamodestaDSC_4037_zpsaa0c0118.jpg

Ancula gibbosa
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Ancula gibbosa pair photo Anculagibbosapair800DSC_4113_zps6b29f2f4.jpg

Cadlina flavomaculata
Cadlina flavomaculata photo Cflavomaculata800DSC_4026_zps26ee88b3.jpg

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