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Quick facts for kidsExomilus cancellatus
The length of the shell attains 4.5 mm, its diameter 1.5 mm.
(Original description) The small, fulvous brown shell is narrowly fusiform and turreted. It contains five whorls, sloping angulate above plicate lengthwise. The interstices are broadly striate, giving the whole shell a cancellated appearance. The aperture is narrowly oval. The outer lip is simple.
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- May, W.L. 1921. A Checklist of the Mollusca of Tasmania. Hobart, Tasmania : Government Printer 114 pp.
- Hedley, C. 1922. A revision of the Australian Turridae. Records of the Australian Museum 13(6): 213-359, pls 42-56
- May, W.L. 1923. An Illustrated Index of Tasmanian Shells: with 47 plates and 1052 species. Hobart : Government Printer 100 pp.
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