Leodia sexiesperforata
Family Mellitidae

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Note: Beam trawls used in the Transect Program do not adequately collect burrowing organisms,
so the distribution and abundance of this species is not well documented.

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This common key-hole urchin (or sand dollar) has six lunules surrounding its compact petals.
The periphery of its test is nearly circular. Test diameter is ~9.5 cm.