Teinostoma obtectum Pilsbry and McGinty, 1945 Glossy Vitrinella

Scanning Electron Micrographs (SEM)

Teinostoma obtectum Pilsbry and McGinty, 1945 Glossy Vitrinella

    Beach drift, Sanibel Island, Lee Co., Florida; collected (and later culled) by Lois Dunham on 26 September, 2006. Subsequently re-culled and curated (Lee, 2019; separated from T. biscaynense, another mixed lot).  (UF547185, 547188, 547189). SEMs performed by Dr. Lee in collaboration with Dr. Ann Heatherington, Dept Geological Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
Lee, H.G., 2019. What is a “mixed lot” in curatorial lingo? Shell-O-Gram 60(6): 3. November. (See:  Past Shell Club Newsletters In PDF Format .

Teinostoma obtectum Pilsbry and McGinty, 1945 Glossy Vitrinella

    From grunge collected from a mangrove beach on the Jupiter Sound (Indian River) shore of Coral Cove Park (just S of Blowing Rock Preserve) by Rick Edwards in April and July, 2021 and later culled by him and H. G. Lee (1.61 mm.). SEM performed by H. G. Lee in collaboration with Dr. Ann Heatherington, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.