Cerion niteloides Dall, 1896

Original Description

"Shell compact, solid, grayish white, with a livid brownish lining, ten whorls of which two and a half are nepionic and smooth, the remainder polished and for the most part faintly sculptured with little raised tansverse lines, often obsolete; on the last halfof the last whorl these lines are coarser, irregular, and more prominent; the aperture is rounded except where the peristome crosses the body, with a slightly beveled reflected edge; the parietal tooth is nearly central, short and low, the pillar-tooth also low, is situated about the middle of the pillar and makes a little less than a complete turn around the axis of the shell.  Height of the shell 28; maximum diameter 12 mm." (Dall, 1896:15).

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