Tugali parmophoidea (Quoy & Gaimard, 1834)
Original description: Quoy & Gaimard, 1834. Voy. Astol. Zool. 3, p. 325, pl. 68, figs. 15-16. Port Jackson.
Description: The shell is elongate, limpet-shaped, with the apex at one third of the shell length from the posterior margin. There is a very faint notch in the anterior margin. The sculpture consists of a fine reticulate pattern of radiating and concentric ribs. The colour is white.
Size: 23 mm.
Habitat: Under intertidal stones. The animal is orange.
Range: Southern Queensland to Eastern Victoria (rare in Victoria)
Synonyms: T. elegans (Gray, 1843)
Remarks: T. cicatricosa A. Adams, 1852 from Victoria is more coarsely sculptured and some specimens have a scar-like impression around the apex