?Pardalinops marmorata (Gray, 1839)
Columbella marmorata Gray in Beechey, 1839: 129, pl. 36 fig. 11; Sowerby I, 1844: 122, pl. 37 figs 72-73.
Pyrene marmorata (Gray, 1839). Okutani (ed.), 2000: 427, pl. 212 fig. 13.
This is another species that may belong to Pardalinops; however the species has not been studied in depth. It lacks the characteristics that are diagnostic for Pyrene, as described below, so can not be placed there. The shell is very similar to that of Pardalinops testudinaria, but is typically monochromatic orange-brown on white, sometimes with white spots or patches. Specimens collected by the expedition were mostly orange-brown, some with scattered white patches. This species is also smaller; adult specimens are typically 9 to 12 mm long with 6 to 7 teleoconch whorls, and a conical white protoconch with about 3 whorls.
All specimens collected by the expedition were in the dry material, taken from four stations at depths of 3 to 22 m.