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|Drawing with two views of a shell of Fossarina legrandi|
The shell grows to a length of 5 mm. The small, thin shell has a depressed globose shape. It is highly polished, translucent and rich brown. The minute spire contains 2½ whorls and is very little elevated. The suture is much impressed. The aperture is inflately lunate. It is tinged white and faintly dilate at the inner portion.
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