Identification ref. 331 : Fasciolaria tulipa (Linnaeus, 1758), Roatan Island, Honduras, on mixed gravel and seagrass bottom in 4m depth, with original operculum on, live taken specimen shell. Well, he wanted to introduce me to culinary aspects of giant clams and I was hooked instantly, but not on the dish he served, in fact I did never come to appreciate the meat of bivalves much less snails! | eBay!
Cymatium femorale w/o Bahamas - Nice One in Collectibles, Rocks, Fossils & Minerals, Shells, Other Collectible Shells
Fasciolaria tulipa w/o 201mm SPECIMEN FROM PRIVATE SHELL COLLECTION
Identification : Fasciolaria tulipa (Linnaeus, 1758), Palm Beach Inlet, Florida, on seagrass bottom in 8m depth, with original operculum on, live taken specimen shell. In addition, this is a live taken shell with its genuine operculum preserved and of course it is a collector's shell in untouched and unfiled quality, all natural, and as such a choice specimen shell. | eBay!
Fusinus (Fusinus) marensis Weisbord, N., off Santa Marta, Colombia Rick Californiashells.
Identification ref. 062 : Turbinella cardoscylum (Fischer von Waldheim, 1807), East off San Andros, Bahamas, in shallow water, with original operculum on, live taken specimen shell. Beautiful pink aperture, impressive weight of 1230g. | eBay!
Identification : Charonia variegata (Lamarck, 1816), near Camocim, Ceará, Brasil, on coral gravel on reef in 25m depth, with original operculum on, live taken specimen shell. Size: Shells are measured by plastic calliper, and size is given in millimetres. | eBay!