Thylacodes variabilis

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Thylacodes variabilis
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T. variabilis
Binomial name
Thylacodes variabilis
(Hadfield & Kay, 1972)
Synonyms

Serpulorbis variabilisM. G. Hadfield & Kay, 1972 superseded combination

Thylacodes variabilis is a species of worm snail common in the rocky intertidal in Hawaiʻi and the tropical Pacific. [1]

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References

  1. "WoRMS - World Register of Marine Species - Thylacodes variabilis (M. G. Hadfield & Kay, 1972)". World Register of Marine Species . Retrieved 2022-09-09.