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Pyrene obtusa is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Columbellidae, the dove snails.
Pyrene obtusa Wikipedia
The shell size varies between 11 mm and 18 mm
The small shell is pretty thin, ovate, conical and smooth. It is of a diaphanous white. The sutures are indistinctly apparent. The spire is composed of six convex whorls, ornamented at their base with spots of a duller white. The body whorl is as large as all the others, striated at base, and surrounded, towards the middle, with small, distant spots, articulated by a reddish line. The aperture is ovate. The outer lip denticulated within, and thickened outwardly, even to the base of the shell.
This species occurs in the Indian Ocean off East Africa and Mauritius and Réunion and in the Indo-West Pacific; off Australia (Queensland)