Posted: Jan 21 2013

 Lampanella minima (Gmelin, 1791), False Cerith

          Syn: Batillaria minima (Gmelin, 1791)

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3/3/16, Rusty:  They are common to treasure coast but often have to look through shell hash in splash zone for them. They are tiny, most easily told by their dramatic contrast between white and dark bands. No other little snails have that.

4/30/21:  The next two slides support a discussion on iNaturalist identifying a specimen. West Indian False Cerith from Blind Pass, Sanibel on January 22, 2021 at 02:00 PM by Luke Miller · iNaturalist

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