(Northwestern Hawaiian Islands) Endodonta christenseni: The last known living Endondonta species is found only on Nihoa. Once this species is extinct, the Endodonta genus will also become extinct. It has the flame like patterns on its shell that's typical among Endodonta species. The conservation status of this species is Critically Imperiled.
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