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The present study investigated the distribution of Batillaria multiformis and B. attramentaria in the tidal flats of Southern Kyushu. These two species are the dominant inhabitants of tidal flats and play an important role in conserving the environmental condition of the coastal area. Since it is difficult to distinguish between the two species based on shell morphology, the polymerase chain reaction restriction fragment length polymorphism (PCR-RFLP) technique was used for identification.doi:10.3800/pbr.13.10 fatcat:bmnjlmghwvgdvd7zt4jlvxw6ae