Asperdaphne legrandi facts for kids
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The length of the shell attains 7 mm, its diameter 3.5 mm.
(Original description) The broad shell is turreted. The raised ribs are rounded. The striate interstices show fine lines which pass over the ribs. The shell contains five swollen whorls. The sinus is deep. The outer lip is varicose. The aperture is oval.
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