Fissurellidae – Fissurellinae: Amblychilepas crucis (Beddome, 1882) (‘crossed keyhole-limpet’)
Synonym(s): crucis Beddome, 1882.
Typical shell-length 15 mm. As with all keyhole-limpets, the shell sits atop a much larger animal. Lives subtidally. Native. Endemic to southeastern Australia (TAS, VIC and SA). In Tasmanian waters, this is a rarely recorded species. May be merely a non-viable seagrass-living form of Amblychilepas nigrita.