Diloma subrostratum facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsDiloma subrostratum
The length of the adult shell of this species varies between 11 mm and 32 mm. The solid, conical shell is suborbicular. It is often more or less black, with close wavy longitudinal yellow lines. The spire is short with five whorls. The last whorl is large, rounded, with its hinder part with three to six spiral keels. The axis is imperforated. The inside of the aperture is smooth and silvery.
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