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|Original image of a shell of Eucithara souverbiei|
The length of the shell attains 7 mm.
The shell is minutely tuberculate at the shoulder-angle, and covered by minute revolving striae. Its color is whitish, with a large dorsal brownish spot or stain. It is also characterized by small, wavy spiral striae that are little protruding.
- Souverbie, M. (1875) Descriptions d’espèces nouvelles de l’Archipel Calédonien. Journal de Conchyliologie, 23, 282–296. page(s): 288, pl. 13 fig. 5
- Cernohorsky, W.O. 1978. Tropical Pacific Marine Shells. Sydney : Pacific Publications 352 pp., 68 pls.
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