This species has sandy coloured spines and petals that are open ended and simple. There are four gonopores, comparatively close to one another. Test diameter up to 8 mm
This tiny sand dollar can be locally common. It is usually not found alive because of its small size and sandy coloured spines that blend in with the surrounding habitat.
Sand in shallow waters, sometimes washed ashore, to depth of 49 m.
Plankton or Particles
Spines can puncture skin. Venom status unknown.
Native to Australia
- DSE Advisory List : Not listed
- EPBC Act 1999 : Not listed
- IUCN Red List : Not listed