(Kaua‘i) Erinna newcombi: This freshwater snail is found only on Kauaʻi, often in seepy areas next to waterfalls. It is the first and only Hawaiian freshwater snail listed under the Endangered Species Act. The conservation status of this species is Vulnerable.
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