‘Pecten (Chlamys)’ pasca Dall, 1908, has been observed in situ and collected alive for the first time. Previous records concern beach-drifted specimens only. In their adult stage the animals are cemented to rocks with the right valve. The species is endemic for Easter Island (Pacific). It is considered representative of a separate genus, described as Pascahinnites n. gen.

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Henk H. Dijkstra, & Bret K. Raines. (1999). Pascahinnites n. gen. for “Pecten (Chalmys)” [sic] pasca Dall, 1908, a cemented Easter Island scallop (Bivalvia: Pectinidae). Basteria, 63(4/6), 199–203.