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Terebra Maculata
Our Price: $9.95
Lambis Scorpio
Our Price: $4.95
Large Melo Melo
Our Price: $45.00
Marlinspike (Terebra maculata)
Because of its weight, this creature has developed a shell with an unusual shape, which allows it to be easily dragged behind it in the sand.  It is a carnivorous species, common in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean.
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Scorpion Conch (Lambis scorpio)
True to its name, the scorpion conch can look just like a scorpion with a curved tail, but it doesn’t sting, we promise!  The aperture has a pale pink or caramel color with very fine brown stripes.  This one’s a reef snail from the shallow waters in the Indian Ocean and Western Pacific.
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Large Bailer (Melo melo)
A shell of many names, this one’s also referred to as the melon shell and the Indian volute.  Its large size allows it to hunt and eat other gastropods in the muddy waters of Malaysia and Indonesia.  Its vibrant colors can resemble salmon or cantaloupe, with some variations showing hints of pink and cream.
9"
Murex Endivia
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West Indian Chank
Our Price: $14.95
Murex Ramosus
Our Price: $15.95
Endive Murex (Murex endivia)
Those wild spines are called “digitations,” and in the case of the endive murex they can be quite long!  This species is known for having banded markings of white and brown, though some variations show the darker color only on the tips of the spines.  They make their home in the Philippines.

Dimensions: Length 4-5 Inches, Width 3-4 inches.
West Indian Chank (Turbinella angulata)
This hefty shell is native to the Florida Keys and the Caribbean.  With its spectacular size and creamy color, the West Indian chank makes an impressive addition to any collection.
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Ramose Murex (Murex ramosus)
The beautiful ramose murex, aka branched murex, inhabits the oceans surrounding India, Africa, and Polynesia, where it eats mainly clams and other sea snails.  It’s easily recognized by its curved spines, which are quite strong despite their delicate appearance.
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Black Murex
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Pink Mouth Murex
Our Price: $4.95
Murex Brassica
Our Price: $6.95
Black Murex (Murex nigritus)
The black murex is a fairly common shell from the Gulf of California.  It is large, heavy, and very strong.  The base color of this murex is white, with varying amounts of black and dark brown markings.  Some specimens show the dark markings only along the raised edges, while other can be almost completely black!

Dimensions: Length 4-6 inches, Width 4-7 inches
Pink-Mouth Murex (Phyllonotus erythrostomus)
The pink-mouth murex inhabits Pacific waters off the coast of California, Mexico, and as far south as Peru.  True to its name, the aperture, or “mouth,” is a beautiful shade of pink, while the rest of the shell tends to be pale pink or white.

Dimensions: Length 2-4 Inches, Width 2-3 inches
Cabbage Murex (Murex brassica)
This murex is solid, and fairly heavy for its size.  It is well-known for its brilliant colors, including bands of caramel, bright pink edges, and creamy yellow against a white background.  This is another Pacific shell, most commonly found near Costa Rica.  

Dimensions: Length 4-5 inches, Width 3-4 inches
Pacific Deer Cowry
Our Price: $3.95
Murex Regius
Our Price: $12.95
Textile Cone
Our Price: $5.95
Pacific Deer Cowrie (Cypraea vitellus)
The tiny deer cowrie hails from the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean, where it hides under stones in the sand around coral reefs.  Its spots can resemble the markings of a baby deer.
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Regal Murex (Murex regius)
The regal murex is notable for its delicate ruffled edges, showing hints of strawberry pink against creamy white, with distinctive patches of dark chocolate brown.  This beauty makes its home near Baja California.

Dimensions: Length 4-6 inches, Width 3-5 inches
Textile Cone (Conus textile)
Also known as the Cloth of Gold cone, this creature is commonly found in shallow water throughout the Indo-Pacific.  Though predatory and highly venomous when alive, ours are 100% safe to handle.  (And yes, its markings are completely natural!)
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Lambis Lambis
Our Price: $4.95
Bursa Bufo
Our Price: $14.95
Humpback Cowrie
Our Price: $8.95
Common Spider Conch (Lambis lambis)
This species of spider conch is an herbivore, and is often found in mangrove swamps in the Indo-Pacific.  Its striking shell comes in a variety of shades of browns and beiges, sometimes with very distinct patterns.  Specimens with longer “fingers” are more likely to be female.  
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6-7 inches
Humpback Cowrie (Cypraea mauritiana)


2.5-3.5" length
Conus Litteratus
Our Price: $6.95
Turbo Petholatus
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Turbo Magpie
Our Price: $6.95
Also known as the tapestry turban, the amazingly intricate patterns are always different. Ranging from rusty browns to deep greens, we will pick the best looking ones to ship!

Size ranges from 1.5 to 2 inches.
Magpie Turbo (Cittarium pica)
Also known as the West Indian top shell, the snail that lives in these shells are commonly eaten throughout the Caribbean, sometimes being made into soup.  The beautiful black and white markings are completely natural - ours are cleaned and polished, but otherwise unaltered.  Wild hermit crabs love making their homes in the discarded shells.  Your pet hermit crabs might like them, too!
(2-3" diameter)
Laciniated conch
Our Price: $5.95
Eyed cowrie
Our Price: $9.95
Perverse Whelk
Our Price: $32.00
Laciniate Conch (Strombus sinuatus)
The laciniate conch is a member of the family Stromidae, or the "true conches."  This one lives in coral sand in the West Pacific.  The plain brown and white markings on the exterior are hiding a rich, deep purple color inside.  
(4" length)
Eyed Cowrie (Cypraea argus)
The eyed cowrie is found in coral reefs in the Indian Ocean.  Cowries in general have historically been used as currency, and even today some of the smaller ones are used in games.  As suggested by the name, the little circles on the back of the eyed cowrie look like eyes!
(2.5"-3.25" length)
Perverse Whelk (Busycon perversum)
The perverse whelk is found off the East coast of Mexico in the Gulf.  It's called "perverse" because its coils are sinistral, meaning the shell spirals around in the opposite direction of most shells.  It primarily eats clams and scallops.  In the past it has been used as a food source and to craft jewelry.
(7"-8" length)
Lion's Paw
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Conus Marmoerus
Our Price: $6.95
Lion's Paw Scallop (Nodipecten subnodosus)
This huge scallop can be found in the Gulf of Mexico and as far south as Brazil.  It is often farmed, both for its beautiful shells, and for its meat.  Its sturdy shell can come in varying shades of purple and orange.  Some people even bake in them!
(5"-6" width)
The outer layer of the Green Argy is removed to reveal the opalescent layer beneath
Tubro Burgess Polished
Our Price: $30.00
King Helmet
Our Price: $39.00
Natural Nautilus Half
Our Price: $32.00
Natural Nautilus Half 5 to 6 inches wide
Mappa Cowrie
Our Price: $4.95
Cypraea Testudinaria
Our Price: $7.95
Trochus Niloticus Male
Our Price: $12.95
Polished Turbo Argy
Our Price: $4.95
Banded Turbo Argy
Our Price: $4.95
Polished Red Abalone
Our Price: $8.95
2" 3"
Lambis Chiragra
Our Price: $13.95
Wavy Top Trochus Pearl
Our Price: $30.00
imperial Volute
Our Price: $52.00
7-8"
Barnacle
Our Price: $8.95
Murex Ramosus
Our Price: $85.00
Cassis Cornuta
Our Price: $85.00
10" and up 9-10"
Purple Clam
Our Price: $3.95
Irish deep scallop
Our Price: $2.95
Horse Conch
Our Price: $12.95
Polished Limpet
Our Price: $4.95
Hairy Triton
Our Price: $3.95
Polished Paua Abalone
Our Price: $34.00
Green Urchin
Our Price: $2.00
Pink Urchin
Our Price: $2.00
5"
Natural colors can range from white to pink!
Alphonso Urchin
Our Price: $6.95
Sputnik Urchin
Our Price: $4.00
Small Pearlized Nautilus
Our Price: $42.00
Natural colors can range from green to purple!
Large Pearlized Nautilus
Our Price: $65.00
Small Natural Nautilus
Our Price: $18.00
Medium Natural Nautilus
Our Price: $42.00
Imperial Volute
Our Price: $35.00
Treasure Shell Assortment
Our Price: $10.00
We will hand pick the assortment for you! There will be no duplicates from a variety of 21.

5 for $10.00
10 for $15.00

An air plant and the urchin of your choice.






One sputnik urchin and one stricta air plant
Small Jelly Plant
Our Price: $6.50
Blue Abalone
Our Price: $14.95
Conus Litteratus
Our Price: $7.95
Natural abalone approximately 6.5 inches across with unpolished surfaces. As this shell is direct from the sea, expect variations in color and rough exterior.
Bursa Bufo
Our Price: $80.00
Turbo Sarmaticus
Our Price: $30.00
Silver Turbo Burgess
Our Price: $24.00
10+ inches 3.5" to 4" 4-5 inches
Murex Ramosus
Our Price: $27.95
Foxnose
Our Price: $5.95
Tiger Cowrie
Our Price: $3.95
7-8" Fox's Nose (Pleuroploca trapezium)
Also known as the trapezoid horse conch, the fox's nose likes to hide in beds of sea grass and eat other sea snails.  Larger specimens can be cut and made into horns after the meat has been eaten.
(5" length)
Tiger Cowrie (Cypraea tigris)
The habitat of the tiger cowrie is on the ocean floor, and it feeds primarily on coral.  Underneath its spots, the shell is naturally layered with shades of purple and white.  These layers can be revealed by carving and etching.  A few specimens of tiger cowrie have been found while excavating the ancient city of Pompeii.  
(2.5"-3" length)
Conch
Our Price: $45.00
9-10"