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Tracks in the sand?
ebbek
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Posted on 17-01-2020 19:53
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Can anybody tell from which animal group these tracks in the sand comes from (width 15 mm). From i seashore in South Sweden today. Maybe gastropoda?
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I suppose it is a snail, maybe Littorina littorea.
 
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Hermit crab?
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Posted on 22-01-2020 21:25
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Yes perhaps - but normally they live on deeper water and is not Walking around on the beach above the water line, I Think....

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