Cerion turgidum Torre and Welch, 1934
The west slope of the hill west of the Toro River about 1 kilometer from the beach or "Ojo del Toro," west of Ensenada de Mora, Oriente. The mollusks were very rare, for only 2 live specimens were found and not more than a dozen dead specimens. Those found alive were on trees. At Ojo del Toro Cerion ramsdeni was found on the east side of the river, while on the west side intermediate forms between C. ramsdeni and C. ramsdeni turgidum were found. Collected by Pilsbry and Welch, August 8, 1928."
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