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Lóven, 1845

Uniformly cylindrical body, sometimes with an anteriorly placed constriction. The radular teeth are represented only by pairs of isolated denticles without basal connections or are entirely lacking; lateral supports simple when present, basal plate strongly developed. The foot-shield is homogeneous and the digestive midgut gland is long.

Source: Jones and Baxter, 1987.

The following species occurs in the region:

Chaetoderma nitidulum

Genus Chaetoderma