|Asperitas trochus (Müller, 1774) - Indonesia, 27-34mm - A pure white form endemic to one island in the Komodo Islands. The color and patterns of the species varies throughout the range of the species in the Nusa Tenggara region.
||Elaphroconcha cochlostyloides (Schepman, 1892) - Indonesia, 33-41mm - Endemic to Sumba Island. One of the more capricious Ariophantid species where the color transforms during growth, probably influenced by environmental changes.
||Elaphroconcha cochlostyloides viridis (Schepman, 1892) - Indonesia, 35-44mm - Some populations contain specimens that have predominantly green shells which were designated as E. c. viridis. Many of the populations exhibit very different and distinct color forms, yet in a large series the color forms show many similarities. The white band is a cuticle-like periostracum. The brown coloration is also periostracum.