Both the Latin name and the common name are taken from the item of ecclesiastical headgear, the mitre or miter, used in reference to the shape of the shells. The dentition of radula in the Mitridae is rachiglossate, with well-developed central and lateral teeth, both comb-like. A colourful and collectable family.

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Episcomitra zonata
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Episcomitra zonata

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Imbricaria hrdlickai
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Imbricaria hrdlickai

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Mitra mitra (Giant mitre)
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Mitra mitra (Giant mitre)

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Mitra papalis (Papal mitre)
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Mitra papalis (Papal mitre)

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Mitra stictica
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Mitra stictica

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Pseudonebularia cingulata
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Pseudonebularia cingulata

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Pseudonebularia fraga (Strawberry mitre)
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Pseudonebularia fraga (Strawberry mitre)

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Scabricola variegata (Variegated mitre)
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Scabricola variegata (Variegated mitre)

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