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informal group Sigmurethra
The small, (15mm) rare species has a high spire and is creamy yellow with coppery brown spiral bands. To date, it has only been found at a few localities in the Central Wet Tropics region of north-eastern Queensland.
- Stanisic, J. (2009). "Crikey steveirwini gen. et sp. nov. from montane habitats in the Wet Tropics of northeastern Queensland, Australia (Gastropoda: Eupulmonata: Camaenidae)" (PDF Abstract). Zootaxa 2206: 62–68.
- "Crikey! Snail named after Steve Irwin". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 13 November 2009. Retrieved 5 March 2010.
- http://factsaboutsnails.com/types-of-snails/steve-irwins-treesnail-crikey-steveirwini/. Dr John Stanisic's official website Facts About Snails. Missing or empty
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