Miralda scopulorum Watson,
|Maximum size: 1.6 mm shell
this species are ovate with three spiral keels on each whorl,
the apical two with prominent granules.
are moderately common in beach drift. Kay (1979) states that they are
more common at depths of 8-40 m (26-131 ft).
Maui and Oahu.
Kay (1979) considers Odostomia syrtites to be a synonym though that's probably incorrect.
CP: composite photo, two shells; largest 1.5 mm: beach drift, Mokuleia
Maui; fall, 1985.
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