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This form is quite commonly found in the Woods Hole Mass., region; the shell is low and broad in form, with a smooth, yellow-white exterior. It usually occurs at or below the low-water mark, on stones, shells, timbers, etc. Burbanck et al. (1956) collected B. eburneus in abundance at Rand's Harbor, in areas of fresh water inflow.

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