Horse Conch Seashells

Horse Conch Seashells
Family: Fasciolariidae. These large carnivorous snails are found mainly in shallow tropical waters. They number about 200 in species. Their shells are smooth and thick and have a graceful spindle shape. They are aggressive predators that feed on other mollusks. Their movements are slow and deliberate. They can be found on coral reefs, seaweed or sand.

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Striped Fox Shell - SLICED - 5"-6" This Fox shell has been delicately sliced to see what is inside! Measures 5"-6" in size. $3.99 More information about this seashell item
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Syrinx Shell - Australian Trumpet Sea Shells 16"-17" The largest known univalve sea shells, the Syrinx is a predatory gastropod. This seashell is common to the shallow waters of North Australia in inter-tidal waters to 10 meters. As a juvenile, its shell has a cylindrical outline. Its shape is spiral with fairly marked ridges. An excellent specimen for both admiring collector and interior designer. $89.00 More information about this seashell item
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Striped Fox Shell 3"-4" Fasciolaria trapezium. The whorls of this sea shell are angular with tubercles on the sholder and paired spiral stripes. This seashell is common to shallow waters of Indo-Pacific. Measures approx 3"-4". $1.99 More information about this seashell item
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Striped Fox Seashells - Small - 2"-3" Fasciolaria filamentosa. This sea shell has prominent spiral ridges and shoulder that is somewhat angled with stumpy tubercles. Features red-brown markings. This seashell is common to Indo-Pacific region. Measures approx. 2"-3" $0.79 More information about this seashell item
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Chank Shell From the Indian Ocean. Size 7" - 9" $17.99 More information about this seashell item
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