Cerion species

The name Cerion is based on the Greek word kerion, signifying honeycomb, and is given to these shells because the form of the shell resembles that of a beehive; hence they were at one time known as beehive shells. (from Wikipedia)

• Peanut snail

Scientific classification:
Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Mollusca
Class:Gastropoda
Subclass:Heterobranchia
Superorder:Eupulmonata
Order:Stylommatophora
Infraorder:Helicina (infraorder)
Superfamily:Urocoptoidea
Family:Cerionidae
Genus:Cerion

Unidentified species | Cerion mumia chrysalis? Any suggestion?

33mm

Pinar del Río, Cuba

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