Coronate Prickly Winkle Seashells -Tectarius Coronatus - (6 shells approx. .5-.75 inches) Great for ocean decor, art projects & crafting!

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Coronate Prickly Winkle Seashells -Tectarius Coronatus - (6 shells approx. .5-.75 inches) Great for ocean life displays, art projects, crafts & collecting!

- 6 shells per package
- Approx. .5-.75 inches

Found in the Philippines and the Celebes, these are gorgeous shells with striped pastel colors.  The spire is broad and surface of this shell is distinctively sculptured, being prickly with nodules all around it. The exterior basic color is light orange or pale brown, with dark brown bands and a creamy-white interior. The shells are a dense, heavy shell with spiraling pointed spikes. These shells are also known as periwinkle. Our periwinkle shells are small and perfect for arts and crafts projects.

As these are natural unique one of a kind sea shells they will have minor wear and variances. 

Please be aware that colors may vary from shell to shell and monitor to monitor.

At this time we do not offer international shipping on our shells, coral and nautical decor.

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Scientific Name:
Tectarius Coronatus