2.9 mm shell
length (probably larger based on fragments).
shell of this species is similar to that of Odostomia
cf. gulicki but with a shallower suture and larger
protoconch. It also
has faint, fine spiral striae. The latter are
reminiscent of Evalina
spp. but its protoconch is
much larger than the protoconchs of the known
Hawaiian species of that
pyramidellid #9 is known from only a few shells
subtidal sand samples from 1-9 m (3-30 ft).
This species is listed in Severns, 2011 as Eulimella sp. 4. However, its placement seems ambiguous due to its relatively broad profile and fine spiral striae.
2.9 mm: subtidal sand samples, Hekili Point, Maui;
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