Hydatina zonata (Solander in
|Maximum size: 40 mm shell
length (Kay, 1979).
This species has a thin, strongly inflated, cream shell marked with
wide spiral brown bands.
is a rare
species found in sand at depths of 30-60 m (100-197 ft).
Maui and Oahu.
This species is listed in Kay, 1979, Edmondson, 1946, Quirk & Wolfe, 1974, Morris, 1974 and Tinker, 1958 as Hydatina albocincta (Quoy &
Gaimard, 1825) which is probably a synonym (see discussion on the Sea
Severns: 30 mm: composite photo, same shell: 30 m (100 ft); Maui; from
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