|Two views of a shell of Cerithium echinatum|
This snail's shell has a short siphonal canal. The shell has spiral rows of bumps as well as reddish-brown dashes. It has been found at 53mm in size.
The distribution of Cerithium echinatum includes the Indo-Pacific. It is found off the southern African coast at northern KwaZulu-Natal and Mozambique in 15-30m of water.
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