Seashells and beaches
and traveling in Florida all interest me. I began this blog to provide info about seashells, but it has become more of a Florida related place to visit. All kind comments are most welcome.
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Harlan Wittkopf has had 35 years to find cone shells on the beaches of Sanibel Island and he has quite a nice collection of Alphabet cones. In fact, his collection is so extensive (alphabet cones are fairly rare) that he … Continue reading →
These two pretty shells, from the Lettered Olive family, belong to me and I have not been able to find much information about them. Each one is a little over an inch long. I don’t remember where I found them, … Continue reading →
Smooth and white inside and out, the Dosinia seashell is somewhat flat and very round. As I did research for this shell, I came across this site which is written by someone far more knowledgeable than I am in this … Continue reading →