The small (to 3 inches), thick-shelled fawnsfoot is characterized by a low and anteriorly off-centered beak, a rounded anterior end and pointed posterior. The shell color is yellow, grayish-tan or green, and marked with widely varying patterns such as solid, broken or smudged green to brown rays, zigzags, or a combination of these.

Canada; Mexico (Tamaulipas, Nuevo León); United States (Arizona, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Indiana, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Texas, Ohio, Missouri, Wisconsin, Mississippi, Virginia, Minnesota, Kansas, New York, South Dakota, North Carolina, Tennessee, Illinois, South Carolina, Alabama, West Virginia, Oklahoma)

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Truncilla donaciformis