Fectola infecta, from here.

Belongs within: Punctoidea.

Fectola is a New Zealand genus of small snails whose shell has a simple aperture with the ribbing and termination of the aperture inclined forwards (Powell 1961).

Fectola Iredale 1915 P61
    |--*F. infecta (Reeve 1852) [=Helix infecta] P61
    |--F. alpestris (Suter 1891) P61
    |--F. brouni (Suter 1891) P61
    |--F. buccinella (Reeve 1852) P61
    |--F. colensoi (Suter 1890) P61
    |--F. eremita (Suter 1891) P61
    |--F. irregularis (Suter 1890) P61
    |--F. marsupialis Powell 1941 P61
    |--F. mutabilis (Suter 1891) P61
    |--F. otagoensis (Suter 1899) P61
    |--F. reeftonensis (Suter 1892) P61
    |--F. roseveari (Suter 1896) P61
    |--F. serpentinula (Suter 1891) P61
    |--F. sterkiana (Suter 1891) P61
    |--F. subinfecta (Suter 1899) P61
    |--F. tapirina (Hutton 1883) P61
    `--F. variecostata (Suter 1890) P61

*Type species of generic name indicated


[P61] Powell, A. W. B. 1961. Shells of New Zealand: An illustrated handbook 4th ed. Whitcombe and Tombs Limited: Christchurch.

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