Pseudoconorbis coromandelicus   (Smith, E.A.,  1894) (Sea Snail)
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Taxonomy
Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Mollusca
Class: Gastropoda
Order:Neogastropoda
Family:Conidae

Description
Size: 35 mm in height

Color: Pale brown, ribs darker; aperture white.

Shell medium, light but solid, almost bi-conic, resembles a cone shell, spire small; aperture twice as long as spire; columella without callus; outer lip thin and corrugated; posterior sinus shallow and at the tip of the outer lip; siphonal canal broad and truncated; spire whorls slightly keeled with incised sutures; sculptured with strong, regular, sometimes nodulose spiral ribs, shoulder of each whorl with axial striae.

Synonym (s)
Conus coromandelicus E. A. Smith, 1894

Common Name (s)
Economic Importance and Threats

Ecology

Biogeography


• Bay of Bengal (Lat: 12.83) (Long: 90.87) INDIA (Depth: 200mtrs mts)

Literature Source(s)
  • Society for the Management of European Biodiversity Data (2009) World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS) Available at - http://www.marinespecies.org


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