Description originally identified as Brissus unicolor - a Mediterranean and Atlantic Ocean species - by the image contributor, but more likely is an Indo-Westpacific member of Brissus, possibly B. agassizii.
"Brissus unicolor (Leske, 1778)
2016-07-04 by Dr. Wen-Jou Chen and Dr. Tseng Chueh-Fen, is a new recorded species from Taiwan, ROC. (Wangan Isle, Penghu County)
Ref. Donovan et al., (2015), fig. 5B." Author Wen-Jou Chen and Tseng Chueh-Fen· JPG file - 632.87 kB - 1 305 x 1 569 pixels
Extra information Camera Maker: Samsung Camera Model: SM-E7000 Original Time Taken: 2016:07:04 09:45:38 Time Digitized: 2016:07:04 09:45:38 Shutter Speed: 1/253 sec Aperture: f/2.09 ISO Sensitivity: 50 Exposure Compensation: 0 EV Metering Mode: Center Weighted Average Flash Fired: No Flash Original Width: 4128 pixels Original Height: 2322 pixels Orientation: 1: Normal (0 deg) Focal Length: 3.6 mm Focal Length Equivalent in 35mm Film: 27
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