Bullina vitrea Pease,
shell length (Severns, 2011).
usually has a beige-white shell with two spiral
black or brown
lines (although the lines may be absent in some). It
is more slender
than the shells of Bullina
a rare species known from only a few animals found
in sand at depths of
1 m (3 ft) (Kay, 1979). Shells have been dredged to
depths of 70 m (230 ft) (Severns, 2011).
widely distributed in the western & central
first reported from Hawaii in Pease, 1860.
8.7 mm: Bishop Museum lot # 8852.
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