Found a Unique Seashell Called The White Baby’s Ear

We’ve had a few cool days recently (60’s is cool here) so I decided to take a trip over to Smyrna Dunes Park to search the beach. And it turned out to be a very interesting shell-collecting afternoon. In fact, I hit the seashell jackpot! One of the shells I found is called a White […]

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seashell cut in half

Little Shell Cut in Half Among A Million Others

Found a little shell which looked cut in half and added it to my collection. It was among the millions of shells piled along an island beach. I haven’t been boating, fishing or beach-combing for a while. Sometimes life gets in the way of those things. Also, it’s been cool here in Florida – which […]

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tulip shells

Shells that Look Alike: About The Tulips

Tulip shells are pretty shells with splotches of reddish-brown, orange or dark maroon pink color.  Both the True tulip and Banded tulip have horizontal lines on the shell surface. About the Tulip Shells This Banded Tulip (Fasciolaria ilium) was found at a construction site near the water.  I assume that over the years as sand […]

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