Retusa sp. #1
|Maximum size: 1.7 mm shell
This species has a slender shell with an aperture that is constricted
apically, fine axial ribs and fine spiral striae.
Retusa sp. #1 is
known from three shells found in a sand sample taken from 61 m (200
It was first recorded in Hawaii from off Makena, Maui from a sand sample
provided by Mike Severns and PF on Dec. 4, 1991.
composite photo, same shell; 1.7 mm: from sand sample provided by Mike
Severns and PF;
off Makena, Maui, 61 m (200 ft);
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