Odostomella chorea (Hedley, 1909)
|Maximum size: 1.7 mm shell
The shell of this species is ovate with prominent axial ribs. It
has four whorls when mature and is cream with spiral brown lines. The
animal is cream.
The shells of Odostomella chorea
are moderately rare in beach drift. Live animals are found occasionally
in shallow rocky habitats.
Maui and Oahu.
Taxonomic notes: This species is listed as Herviera patricia Pilsbry, 1918 in Kay, 1979.
1.4 mm: beach drift; Maalaea Bay, Maui; fall, 1986.
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