Photos and info about the Pear whelk, or Fig whelk, seashell which I find regularly when out on the boat.
Found a beautiful knobbed whelk with a hermit crab inside, but got some photos.
Olive shells are easy to identify and can have a beautiful shiny surface.
A post, with pictures, about the Florida Fighting Conch seashell.
Originally posted on Pete Hillman's Nature Photography:
Patella vulgata Have you ever wondered what the underside of a limpet looked like? Note the large muscular foot, the relatively small mouth above, and the tentacles either side. The Common Limpet has an ashen-grey or greenish-blue shell, sometimes with a yellow tint, and with radiating ridges.…