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Terebridae 14 species (89 shells in total)

Phylum      : Mollusca
 Class       : Gastropoda 
  Subclass    : Caenogastropoda 
   Order       : Neogastropoda 
    Superfamily : Conoidea 
     Family      : Terebridae 

Common name : auger shells or auger snails

Aspect : Long, thin, screw-shaped shell with many turns. Small opening, notch on the top of the opening, a cutting edge. Short siphonal canal, horny seal.

Feeding : carnivorous, in most species, a venomous barb similar to that of the cone snails, is used to stun and immobilize prey, which typically consists of various marine worms.

Environment : tropical seas, sandy bottom

Duplicaria raphanula (Lamarck, 1822)

Duplicaria raphanula

Hastula hectica (Linnaeus, 1758)

Hastula hectica

Hastula lanceata (Linnaeus, 1767)

Hastula lanceata

Hastula strigilata (Linnaeus, 1758)

Hastula strigilata

Myurella joserosadoi (Bozzetti, 2001)

Myurella joserosadoi

Myurella nebulosa (G. B. Sowerby I, 1825)

Myurella nebulosa

Myurella undulata (Gray, 1834)

Myurella undulata

Oxymeris areolata (Link, 1807)

Oxymeris areolata

Oxymeris cerithina (Lamarck, 1822)

Oxymeris cerithina

Oxymeris dimidiata (Linnaeus, 1758)

Oxymeris dimidiata

Oxymeris maculata (Linnaeus, 1758)

Oxymeris maculata

Terebra babylonia Lamarck, 1822

Terebra babylonia

Terebra consobrina Deshayes, 1857

Terebra consobrina

Terebra quoygaimardi Cernohorsky & Bratcher, 1976

Terebra quoygaimardi
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