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F. plebeius, sp. nov. Small, fusiform, whorls convex, spirally grooved, and finely transversely plaited; aperture oval, slightly angled; outer lip grooved in the adult; canal short, slightly bent to the left. Purplish, the reliefs darker and browner; inside brownish purple. Length, ·8; breadth ·4; angle of spire, 32°.





(Hutton, 1873: 9)


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Source: Antarctic Invertebrates Website (NMNH)

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