Orbitestella regina Kay, 1979
|Maximum size: 2 mm shell
this species has two prominent cords on its periphery
nearly equal in size. The cords are crossed by relatively course,
are moderately common in beach drift. Live animals are occasionally
found in shallow rocky habitats.
Big Island, Maui, Oahu, French Frigate Shoals and Midway.
named for Regina Kawamoto.
composite photo, same shell; 0.6 mm in diameter: beach drift, Maalaea
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