“This is allied to H. quadrivolvis, v. Martens, which has a narrow coloured band and differs in form.” (Godwin-Austen, 1891)
Godwin-Austen (1891) original descriptions on Helix (Chloritis) meander – “Shell dextral, discoid, inflated, deeply and openly umbilicated; side of umbilication subangular; sculpture of a rough papery texture; colour dull umber-brown, with a broad white band following the suture, peristome pinkish; spire low; apex flat, slightly ascending above the body-whorl; suture rather shallow; whorls 4, rounded on the periphery; aperture widely ovate, perpendicular; peristome reflected, slightly sinuate below; columellar margin subvertical.
Shell height – 6.0 mm, shell width – 13-16.2 mm.
Type locality – “Mulu Mountains” leg. Boxall (Godwin-Austen, 1891)