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|Drawing of a shell of Charisma josephi|
Cyclostrema josephi Tenison Woods, 1877
The diameter of the shell is 3 mm. The thick shell is widely umbilicated and obliquely turbinate. Its color is white, opaque, maculated with very pale chestnut. The five whorls are rounded and closely spirally striate. The thick peristome is posteriorly produced.
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- Cotton, B.C. 1945. Southern Australian Gastropoda. Part 1. Streptoneura. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 69(1): 150-171
- Cotton, B.C. 1959. South Australian Mollusca. Archaeogastropoda. Handbook of the Flora and Fauna of South Australia. Adelaide : South Australian Government Printer 449 pp
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