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Posted: Dec 26 2008, 08:17 PM
'Conidae' Forum Leader
Member No.: 33
Joined: 27-January 06
a beautiful form of Conus dayriti, the bright yellow color form with pattern. Rather hard to get, and usually most of the super glossy small cone shell species like dayriti have faint growth lines. This specimen is no different. It measure approx 22mm, and is F++.
It was caught in a deep water tangle net in approx 100-120 meters of water. Most specimens come the Philippines, this piece was found off Aliguay Island, Southern Mindanao.
Please enjoy the pictures below.