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Conus andremenezi Biggs & Olivera, 2010 Mactan island, Cebu, Philippines., 38 mm

Conus andremenezi Biggs & Olivera, 2010 Mactan island, Cebu, Philippines., 38 mm

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Distorsio robinsoni Petuch, 1987 Henning and Hemmen consider this to be a form of Distorsio clathrata (a low-spired variant with an extended parietal sheld). For additional edification: See Type figure of Distorsio ridens (Reeve, Off Recife, Brasil mm.

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Tibia powisii (Petit, Interesting to visit the back button on this page. Shows evolution of the evolving shape of the shell over a century.

This is the Junonia Shell and it is one of the rarest sea shells to find, and on every sea shell collectors top find list. On Sanibel & Captiva Island beaches, when visitors find Junonia shells, they often have a picture taken for a story in the local newspaper. Visit and you can find your story, too. http://Tween-Waters.com

"This is the Junonia Shell and it is one of the rarest sea shells to find.

Conus magus   Linnaeus 1758     (Image from Paul Kersten)

Conus magus Linnaeus 1758 (Image from Paul Kersten)

Textilia stercusmuscarum  Linnaeus, C., 1758	 Fly-specked Cone	 Shell size 27 - 64 mm	 W Pacific

Textilia stercusmuscarum Linnaeus, C., 1758 Fly-specked Cone Shell size 27 - 64 mm W Pacific

Calcarovula longirostrata (Sowerby I, 1828)  -  C.Chen

Chong Chen Calcarovula longirostrata (Sowerby I, OVULIDAE Aliguay Island, Philippines. The "Long-Snouted Volva" is an elegant ovulid with extremely elongated extremities. A very widely distributed species ranging from Japan to South Africa

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