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Oliva porphyria - it's rare to see such geometric patterns forming in nature

Oliva porphyria - it's rare to see such geometric patterns forming in nature

Beautiful  -they look like they've been painted! Shells of Neritina communis (zigzag nerite)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Shells of Neritina communis ( zigzag nerite ) , illustrating variation within a species Native to the southwest Pacific stock photo

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Polymitas snails of Cuba. This unique tree snail is only found on the easternmost province of Oriente on the island of Cuba. So rare it is now considered endangered.

Volutoconus coniformis (Cox, 1871) VOLUTIDAE -14m, On sand of pearl farm, Roebuck Bay, Broome, Australia, 70.0mm, F++, Ex-Coll. Paul Johnson The "Cone-shaped Volute" is a rare and appealing volute endemic to the portion of northwest Australia between Dampier and Broome.

Volutoconus coniformis (Cox, VOLUTIDAE -this volute endemic to the portion of northwest Australia between Dampier and Broome.

Guttata Cowrie Shell Very Rare Species by shell world by Shell World

Guttata Cowrie Shell Very Rare Species

Rare Cypraea Aurantium Golden Cowrie Sea Shell From a Hawaii Collection

Conchology Seashells, Nature Shells Conchas, Amazing Sea Shells, Beautiful Shells, See Seashells

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Lambis Scorpius is the common name for these conch shells. They are a beautiful species of large sea snail and are more delicate and pointed than …

Lyrocardium aeolicum 39mm GEM RARE BURGUNY RED

Lyrocardium aeolicum 39mm GEM RARE BURGUNY RED

Seahorses, Ocean Life, Sea Shells, Starfish, Snails, Halibut, Minerals, Sand Dollars, Time Travel

Junonia. If you find a Junonia on Sanibel Island they blow a horn or ring a bell. They're hardly ever washed ashore.  Rare to find on the beach.

If you find a Junonia on Sanibel Island they blow a horn or ring a bell. They're hardly ever washed ashore. Rare to find on the beach.

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Sthenorytis Pernobilis w O 41 Highly Important Museum Quality RARE Beauty

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