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Slipper Limpet (Crepidula Fornicata)

A gastropod native to the Western Atlantic seaboard. It preys on oysters, and was accidentally introduced to Southern Britain during the 1890"s and is now established here. They should be cooked as whelks. See 'Whelk'

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