I don’t live on Sanibel Island and I haven’t even visited the Island in Florida for almost 20 years, but fortunately I know of a great blogger who lives there and shares her shelling knowledge with the world.
Recently she posted some photos of four small, similar-looking seashells that she had collected from the beach and without a keen eye, you may think they were all the same.
Pam does a nice job of pointing out the differences between the Mauve-mouth drill, Pitted Murex, Ribbed Cantharus, and the Gulf Oyster Drill. Go see!
- Kudos to Sanibel School (dschuldenfrei.wordpress.com)
- The Amazing Lion’s Paw Seashell (seashellsbymillhill.com)
- Royal Shell Announces Price Break On Sanibel Vacation Rental Weeks (prweb.com)
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