Planorbis corinna

Planorbis Corinna

Planorbis corinna

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Planorbis corinna, is a species of minute freshwater air-breathing snail, an aquatic pulmonate gastropod mollusk, or micromollusk in the family Planorbidae, the ram's horn snails, or planorbids. All planorbids have sinistral or left-coiling shells.


This species is endemic to New Zealand.Powell A. W. B. (1979). New Zealand Mollusca. William Collins Publishers Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand, ISBN 0-00-216906-1

Shell description

This species, like all planorbids, has a sinistral shell.

The shell is very minute, discoidal, with four slowly increasing whorls. The shell coloration is greenish-white to light brown.

The width of the shell is up to 3.3 mm, and the height is up to 0.8 mm.


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