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Chiton
Chiton

Scientific Name: Katharina tunicata

Chitons are molluscs which have eight armored plates (called valves) running in a flexible line down their back. Unlike most chitons, the gumboot's valves are completely hidden by its leathery upper skin or girdle, which is usually reddish-brown, brown, and occasionally orange in color.

Chiton, leathery, gumboots (Alaska Native) per 100 grams

Protein g 17.10 Total lipid (fat) g 1.60 Carbohydrate, by difference g 0.00 Minerals Calcium, Ca mg 121 Iron, Fe mg 16.00 Vitamins Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid mg 0.0 Thiamin mg 0.050 Riboflavin mg 0.340 Niacin mg 4.200 Vitamin A, IU IU 1650

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