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Meisenheimer, 1906

Shell elongate, with 4 whorls; white near aperture, dark red near apex. Spire rather high from rapid increase in whorl size. Sculpture a subregular reticulum, with fine rows of tubercles arranged in spiral lines forming reticulate pattern on upper half of body whorl. Keel without aperture tooth. Radiating crests between keel and deep suture, size decreasing from aperture towards apex. Large aperture with rounded outer border, upper aperture border tilted slightly toward apex, lower margin points to rostrum with very well-developed columellar membrane. Operculum with 6 whorls without radial striation. Shell height 4 mm, diameter 3.3 mm.

Peraclis apicifulva