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Posted: Jan 9 2007, 08:08 PM
'Conidae' Forum Leader
Member No.: 33
Joined: 27-January 06
I've just added 44 pictures of Conus anabathrum that I collected this past November of 2006. These specimens are incredible. Not all of them are perfect mind you, but a majority of them are exceptional for the species in terms of color, pattern and size. Several of these specimens are 40MM and over with the largest one being 45mm. I'm still seeking that 50mm+ specimen!
I also added about 16 new photos of various other new cones last night in the same album. Check out the exceptional specimen of Conus gubernator that came in the mail yesterday.
Enjoy the photos! ~ Lyle
You can access the photos here>>