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The picture shows an empty shell of Nebela tincta. The shell is composed of numerous oval plates. In between are some dentated aperture scales of an Euglypha shell. This shows that probably the oval scales are also robbed from an Euglypha shell.
This Nebela tincta picks plate scales of an Euglypha shell.

     

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