Cavolinia tridentata (Forsskal in
(Photo not from Hawaii)
|Maximum size: 12 mm shell
length (Kay, 1979).
is a large species with a strongly inflated, translucent-amber
Fragments of Cavolinia tridentata shells are
moderately rare in sand samples.
Maui and Midway: circumglobal.
photo labeled Cavolinia
globulosa in Kay, 1979 is probably this species.
Photo: CP: 10
mm: composite photo, same shell: Gulf of Catalina, San Diego,
California; June 20, 1901; photographed at CAS.
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