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|Locally common in the lower, often brackish, section of unaltered streams attached to boulders. Threatened with extinction due to diversion of
stream waters and construction of concrete stream banks. Shell
flattened, olive green with somewhat lighter underside. Attains 1
inch. Endemic to Hawaii. Formerly known as Neritina vespertina.