TIBIA SHELLS ONE OF THE MOST COLORFUL AND COLLECTIBLE OF THE CONCH FAMILY
Tibia Shells belong the family Strombidae. They are considered one of the true conch shells. Tibia's are spindle shaped with a long siphonal canal. These are a color group and some species are highly prized by collectors. Most live in off shore waters where there is plenty of sand.
White Tibia Shell
One White Tibia a deep water unusual species from the Indo-Pacific region 2 6/8 inches plus...... .59
TIBIA FUSUS COLLECTOR SHELL
Shell type The Tibia Fusus is a Gastropod (single shell mollusk). It belongs to the family of Strombidae or related to the conch family of shells. The Tibia Fusus is sometimes called the Shinbone Tibia.
Description This is s slender shell with a narrow, elongated straight, needle like siphonal canal. This long needle like canal is highly prized by collectors when undamaged. Color is pale brown with some cream and white on under side of shell.
Habitat The Tibia Fusus are found from the Indian Ocean east to the northern Australian/New Zealand shores. The prefer tropical deep water.
One Tibia Fusus collector shell 5 1/2 inches plus......$8.75
One Tibia Fusus collector shell 6 6/8 inches plus......$9.75
Tibia Martini Shell
- Rostellariella martinii, or Tibia martinii, common name the Martini's tibia, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Strombidae
- One Tibia Martini shell 3 inches plus..... $6