H. Adams & A. Adams, 1854
For the municipality in Finland, see Juuka
The most abundant and widespread species, Juga plicifera, attains a height of up to 35 mm. It is sculpted with fine spiral ridges and variably developed ribs that frequently disappear in parts of the shell made as the animal matures.
Subgenus Juga s.s.
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- List including species in Oregon: http://oregonstate.edu/ornhic/data/2004/inverts.html