C. lunaristoma – from Coûteaux et Chardez, 1981

Genus Cornuapyxis Coûteaux & Chardez, 1981

Diagnosis: Form similar to Cyclopyxis but aperture crescent-shaped. Shell hemispherical in lateral view, ventral sole weakly invaginated, smooth, dorsal surface covered with small mineral grains.

Ecology: From mosses and soil, tropical rain forests, French Guyana.

Monospecific. Ref. Coûteaux and Chardez (1981).

Type species: Cornuapyxis Iunaristoma Coûteaux & Chardez, 1981.

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