September 18, 2003
From: Bill Rudman
To accompany Colin Redfern's recent message on Haminoea antillarum, here are illustrations of a couple of shells in the Australian Museum collections. They are from Cuba, which is the type locality of the species. The lower scan is a magnification to show the shell sculpture and the relatively heavy calcification of the inner lip.
• Length: 19, 22mm. Laguna de Pasomalo, Cardenas, Cuba. AM C89962. Scan: Holly Barlow.