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other sea cortez species
04-24-2010, 09:38 AM,
#1
other sea cortez species
the first one is similar to olivella zanoeta and has the smae lenght  1.5 cm, I thought it was a variation but I have other smaller with the same pattern
<a href="http://www.badongo.com/es/pic/9271677" target="_blank"><!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.badongo.com/es/pic/9271677">http://www.badongo.com/es/pic/9271677</a><!-- m --></a>

this other one measure 2 cm, is a volutidae o mitridae species? I could find any similar, is the only want I got. Has an amazing pattern.
<a href="http://www.badongo.com/es/pic/9271618" target="_blank"><!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.badongo.com/es/pic/9271618">http://www.badongo.com/es/pic/9271618</a><!-- m --></a>
Hope some could identified them, thank you!
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04-24-2010, 11:42 AM,
#2
other sea cortez species
The shell on the right in the first picture doesn't look like Olividae.  It looks like Mitridae.  I think it may be a beachworn Mitra tristis.  The second picture appears to be Imbricaria conularis, Mitridae.  It is not native to the Sea of Cortez.  <span class="petit">--Last edited by Paul Monfils on 2010-04-24 04:35:26 --</span>
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04-25-2010, 01:39 PM,
#3
other sea cortez species
Thank you Paul Again!

Could you confirm the id, mitra Tristis, I send you a photo of a young specimen, because is to small, I saw on a web page that is from 1.5 cm.

Thank you!

Sorry about the imbricaria I was made a mistake about the photo and the place.
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