Cypraea sp. (Plate XVIII, fig. 6.)
Specimen very fragmentary. Spire concealed, aperture narrow above and strongly curved, outer lip thickened and extending above the spire, the margin incurved and dentate, inner lip with strong transverse teeth on the posterior area and perhaps continued to the anterior end.
Length, approximately 30 mm.; width, approximately 20 mm.
Locality: Pahi. Collected by Marshall.
Appears to be distinct from other species recorded from our Tertiaries, but is too fragmentary to determine definitely. The specimen to be lodged in the Wanganui Museum.