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1. Diacria trispinosa Blainville, 1821
(Matching tags: Diacria trispinosa,mollusk)
The three-spined Cavoline (Diacria trispinosa) has a flattened shell that is open at the front. The sides flare forward to a tip like the wings of a spaceship. Towards the rear is a long and slim blunt ...
2. Cuvierina columnella Rang, 1827
(Matching tags: Cuvierina columnella,Pteropod,mollusk)
Cuvierina columnnella, or Cigar Pteropod, is also known as the "Turtle Head Pteropod" because the rounded end of its cylindrical cell resembles the head of a turtle. It also looks similar to ...
3. Cypraea carneola Linnaeus, 1758
(Matching tags: Cypraea carneola,cowry,mollusk)
Cypraea carneola is a mid-sized cowry species with a shell length measuring between 4.5 and 7.5cm. The shell is egg-shaped with very light orange-brown shading as well as four darker lateral bands. ...
4. Cypraea asellus Linnaeus, 1758
(Matching tags: Cypraea asellus,cowry,mollusk)
Cypraea asellus is a small cowry species with a shell length measuring between 2 and 3cm. The shell is pear or egg-shaped with blunted ends and a rounded back. It is white with three dark brown bands. ...
5. Cypraea arabica Linnaeus, 1758
(Matching tags: Cypraea Arabica,Arabian cowry,mollusk)
The Arabian cowry (Cypraea arabica) is a medium-sized cowry with a solid, cylinder-shaped shell that is around 7~10cm long. The shell’s dorsal surface is covered with a grayish-white and light ...