(A. A. Gould, 1846)
Cellana talcosa, the talc limpet or turtle limpet is a species of true limpet, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Nacellidae, which is one of the true limpet families.
It is one of the many edible mollusks.
This species is endemic to the Hawaiian islands, where its common name is koele or opihi ko'ele.  It is the largest limpet found in the Hawaiian islands and can reach 4 inches in diameter.
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List of edible molluscs
- ^ "Edible Molluscs Page 6".
- ^ "Cellana talcosa". Gastropods.com. Retrieved 12 January 2019.
- Severns, M. (2011). Shells of the Hawaiian Islands - The Sea Shells. Conchbooks, Hackenheim. 564 pp. page(s): 36
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