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(Fischer, 1882)

About 4 whorls, body whorl covering all others. Deep suture without radial crests. Overall color of shell white. Spire strongly depressed. Faint sculpture of spiral lines with cross connections resembling reticulate pattern. Two aperture teeth, one supported by strong rib, aperture wide and rounded. Ribs and rostrum brown. Spirally twisted rostrum, with keel and very large columellar membrane. Umbilicus well-developed. Rostrum and second aperture tooth both visible in apical view. Operculum with subcentral nucleus, with 5 whorls and suture bordered by many transverse lines. Shell height 5 mm, diameter 5 mm.

Peraclis triacantha