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|Drawing with two views of a shell of Liotella annulata|
Liotia annulata Tenison-Woods, J.E. 1879
The diameter of the shell is 1.5 mm. The opaque white shell has a planorbiform shape. It is flattened above, rounded below, with somewhat distant longitudinal lamellae, above and below. Otherwise it is smooth. The umbilicus is wide. One of the ring-like lamellae forms the peristome.
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