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Shell elongate but robust, with six whorls which do not touch. Sculpture of about ten costae per whorl. Costae sometimes strongly angled at shoulder. Outer lip thickened, separated from body whorl by costae. Color white. Predominant and more variable wentletrap on Sanibel Island, Florida, USA. 

Source: The Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum

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