Williamia radiata (Pease,
|Maximum size: 5.5 mm shell
species has a smooth, translucent shell with radiating brown bands. The living animal is cream, densely flecked with orange.
of Williamia radiata
are moderately common in beach drift. Live animals are occasionally
seen under rocks in tide pools and subtidally at rocky sites. According
to Kay (1979) shells are found in sand samples to depths of 30 m (98
Maui, Oahu, French Frigate Shoals, Pearl & Hermes Reef and Midway (also Johnston Atoll).
composite photo, two shells; largest 5
mm: beach drift, Mokuleia Bay, Maui; fall,
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