Anabathridae: Pisinna bicolor (Petterd, 1884) (‘bicoloured false rice-shell’)
Synonym(s): bicolor Petterd, 1884.
Typical shell-length 3.9 mm. Lives subtidally and offshore amongst rocks and seaweed. Native. Endemic to southeastern Australia (TAS and VIC).
Subclass: Caenogastropoda – Sorbeoconcha
Order: Hypsogastropoda – Littorinimorpha
Localities for Pisinna bicolor
Bangor: Lagoon Bay
Black River Beach: northern end
Black River Beach: southern end
Flinders Island: Leeka: foreshore towards Twelve Hour Point
North Bruny Island: Bull Bay
Pirates Bay: near landing
Pirates Bay (unlocalised)
Port Davey: Whalers Cove
Port Latta: Cowrie Point
South coast of Tasmania (unlocalised)