|Maximum size: 1.8 mm shell
The shells of this species are relatively thick, smooth and conical.
The animal is cream with a greenish black line on top of its head.
Shells of unidentified pyramidellid #5
are rare in beach drift but more common in subtidal sand samples. Live
animals are occasionally found in
shallow, rocky habitats.
Perhaps this could be an Odostomia?
Honokahau Bay, Maui; Aug. 8, 2001(?).
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