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|Apertural view of a shell of Crassispira harpularia|
The shell has a chestnut- or chocolate color. The spire is more slenderly elongated. The siphonal canal is 'longer and more compressed than in Clathrodrillia solida (C. B. Adams, 1850). The revolving lines do not form granules on the ribs.
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