Haliotis rufescens (Red abalone, VD_foot) (xgHalRufe1.0.p)

About Haliotis rufescens

Haliotis rufescens also known as the red abalone is a species of very large edible sea snail in the family Haliotidae, the abalones, ormer shells or paua. It is distributed from British Columbia, Canada, to Baja California, Mexico. It is most common in the southern half of its range.

Picture credit: Dave Cowles (2005) image obtained from inverts.wallawalla.edu (Image source)

Taxonomy ID 6454

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Taxonomy ID 6454

Data source Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UCLA

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Genome assembly: xgHalRufe1.0.p

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