Diacavolinia pacifica Van der Spoel,
Bleeker & Kobayasi, 1993
|Maximum size: 3 mm shell
This species has an angular, transparent-amber shell. When intact, the
rostrum has a forked tip.
Shells of Diacavolinia pacifica are rare in
Maui and French Frigate Shoals: widespread in the Indo-Pacific.
composite photo, 2 shells; largest 2.9 mm: from a sand sample provided
by Mike Severns and PF; off Makena, Maui; Nov. 29 & Dec. 4, 1991.
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