enos tornatellides kahoolawensis
Tornatellides kahoolavensis

(Kahoʻolawe) Tornatellides kahoolavensis: There is only one species and one subspecies known to be endemic to Kaho‘olawe. Unfortunately, this species is currently considered as extinct. Although there have been no recent surveys on this island, our hope is that one of these species is still living. This shell is as small as a grain of rice.


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