Astrea CalCar shells

    Astrea CalCar Shells


  • Shell thick, flattened conical shape. Calcar means spur; the outer shell has a spiral of blunt bumps and spikes. The shell is usually encrusted and thus well camouflaged on the rocks. Shell opening is smooth and pearly. The small, chalky operculum is hemi-spherical and has a smooth glossy surface. These are found in the Indo_Pacific Region.


  • AC1-7


  • One Astrea CalCar Shell also known as the spurred turban snail. Has a light green shaded mouth. size 1 inch or less.... .10




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