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Koke'e Beach, Oahu
|Abundant under stones in brackish water along the shoreline, usually
submerged. Matte black with
speckles. Attains 3/4 inch. Endemic to Hawaii.
Formerly known as Theodoxus neglectus. May be confused with
the entirely black Nerita picea.