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Bullina rubeopunctata
Kosuge, 1979
 
Bullina rubeopunctata: shell
Maximum size:  7 mm shell length.

Identification:  This species has a beige-white shell with two spiral rows of reddish-brown blotches.

Natural history:  Bullina rubeopunctata is known from a single shell trawled on sand at a depth of 350 m (1148 ft).

Distribution:  Kammu Seamount (sometimes spelled Kanmu Seamount).

Taxonomic notes:  It was first found in Hawaii at Kammu Seamount during the 2nd and 3rd cruises of the R/V Kaiyomaru in 1972 to 1973 (reported in Kosuge, 1979).

Photo:  Mike Severns: 7 mm; composite photo, same shell (IMT #70-24 holotype): 350 m (1148 ft); trawled by the R/V Kaiyomaru; Kammu Seamount (32 02.9'N, 173 06.2'E).

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