Inquisitor awamoaensis facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsInquisitor awamoaensis
(Original description) The shell has an elongato-fusiform shape. The spire produced is larger than the body whorl. The whorls are rounded, spirally striated, and transversely ribbed. Those on the body whorl become obsolete towards the anterior end. The suture is spirally striated. The aperture is narrow. The posterior canal is moderate, the anterior rather produced.
This extinct marine species is endemic to New Zealand
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