Family: Babylonia. The pattern on the Babylon seashells is very distinct with each type. The most commonly occurring color is a beige or light brown. Babylonia seashells are popular for use in craftwork and for creating homes for hermit crabs.
Areola Babylon Seashells Babylonia areolata. The whorls of this sea shellis separated by a fairly deep suture. Brown markings are arranged in a spiral pattern. This seashell is common to S. E. Asia. Usually found on sand in depths of 10-20 meters. Measures approx 2".