Cyclostremiscus jeannae Pilsbry and McGinty, 1946 Jeanne’s Vitrinella

Cyclostremiscus jeannae Pilsbry and McGinty, 1946 Jeanne’s Vitrinella

Dead in beach drift, Dania, Florida (1.6 mm.). Digital images by David Kirsh.

Cyclostremiscus jeannae Pilsbry and McGinty, 1946 Jeanne’s Vitrinella

Morris Island, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina (1.5 mm.) Digital images by David Kirsh.

Scanning Electron Micrographs (SEM)

Cyclostremiscus jeannae Pilsbry and McGinty, 1946 Jeanne’s Vitrinella

    Culled by H. G. Lee from 300 mL grunge sample taken at the base of ledge at 80 ft. ~ 1.5 miles E Jupiter Inlet by Rick Edwards! July 4, 2021. SEMs performed by H. G. Lee in collaboration with Dr. Ann Heatherington, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Scanning Electron Micrographs (SEM) Of Fossil Specimen

Cyclostremiscus species cf. C. jeannae Pilsbry and McGinty, 1946

Cyclostremiscus species cf. C. jeannae Pilsbry and McGinty, 1946 Fossil

Cyclostremiscus species cf. C. jeannae Pilsbry and McGinty, 1946 Fossil

    Lower Pinecrest beds, Upper Tamiami Formation, Sarasota County, Florida. SEMs produced in collaboration with Dr. Ann Heatherington, Dept. Geological Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. This taxon differs from C. jeannae by having a more depressed profile and a wider, more perspective umbilicus.