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Daphnella (Daphnella) diluta Sowerby III, 1897
The length of the shell attains 10 mm, its diameter 4.25 mm.
The white oblong-ovate shell is sparsely maculate with red dots. The spire is acutely conical. The shell contains 6 convex, rounded whorls, subtly spirally striated. The large body whorl is oval and not rostrate. The aperture is wide. The outer lip is thin and arcuate, moderately sinuous below.
- Cotton, B.C. 1947. Australian Recent and Tertiary Turridae. Adelaide : Field Naturalist's Section of the Royal Society of South Australia. Conchology Club Vol. 4 pp. 1-34.
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