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02-27-2012, 05:29 PM,
Hello collectors this two mitras looks the same , but i dont know the names, can anyone id it?

[Image: 8285296.jpg] 

[Image: 4862058.jpg]


02-29-2012, 01:12 PM,
Re: mitridae
Looks rather faded (beach specimen?), but based on the shape and sculpture I'd say Mitra chrysalis, and based on the small size and thin lip, immature.
02-29-2012, 11:12 PM,
Re: mitridae
Hi Paul,
Thanks for your reply, I attach 2 images of M.chrysalis for comparison,
#1 is the photo including the 2 specimen on the left side and the rest is different sizes of m.chrysalis.

#1.    [Image: 9685887.jpg]

2. Are two specimen of m.chrysalis almost same size of the un id mitras;

#2.    [Image: 3802146.jpg]

I might guess the 2 un id mitras as immature m.ticaonica but there is one thing different as i compare it to my m.ticaonica species, the images i post has somewhat have dashes of white on the body not found in ticaonica..... so im still hanging on what this might be  :Smile,even if we say it is still immature specie.
Any opinion?


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