Found washed up on the beach.
Many of these tiny little shells above the high tide mark.
Size of my pinky nail.
Found in same small shallow tide pool as limpets. Appears to be low tide in the rocky intertidal. Cattle point.
Small snail, no more than 1cm long. Stripped shell. Climbing on mussel and algae filaments. Found within tide pool in Rocky intertidal.
Submerged, on rocks in tide pool, ~ 20 individuals
Small snails located in puddle. Found on rocky intertidal within grooves of basaltic outcroppings.
Photo by Ian Nilsson
The Neotaenioglossa is an taxonomic name for a large group of mostly sea snails. The name was originally created by Haller in 1882. Ponder and Warén (1988), and Marquet (1997), assigned this name to the superorder Caenogastropoda. ITIS considers the order Neotaenioglossa to be a synonym of Cerithioidea Férussac, 1819 .