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Cone shell {Conus sp} hunting at night, Palau, Micronesia  -  Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Cone shell {Conus sp} hunting at night, Palau, Micronesia
Cone Snail (Conus dalli), Sea of Cortez, Baja California, Mexico  -  Norbert Wu
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Norbert Wu / Cone Snail (Conus dalli), Sea of Cortez, Baja California, Mexico
Butterfly cone shell (Conus pulcher canariensis) Tenerife, Canary Islands.  -  Sergio Hanquet
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Sergio Hanquet / Butterfly cone shell (Conus pulcher canariensis) Tenerife, Canary Islands.
Butterfly cone shell (Conus pulcher canariensis) in seagrass bed, Tenerife, Canary Islands.  -  Sergio Hanquet
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Sergio Hanquet / Butterfly cone shell (Conus pulcher canariensis) in seagrass bed, Tenerife, Canary Islands.
Cone shell (Conus sp) gliding across sand at night with two Mysid shrimps (Mysida sp) hitching a ride. Dumaguete, Philippines.  -  David Fleetham
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David Fleetham / Cone shell (Conus sp) gliding across sand at night with two Mysid shrimps (Mysida sp) hitching a ride. Dumaguete, Philippines.
Textile cone shell (Conus textile) Walindi, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea, Pacific Ocean  -  Franco  Banfi
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Franco Banfi / Textile cone shell (Conus textile) Walindi, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea, Pacific Ocean
Geographic cone (Conus geographus)  Walindi island, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea, Pacific Ocean  -  Franco  Banfi
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Franco Banfi / Geographic cone (Conus geographus) Walindi island, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea, Pacific Ocean
Marble cone shell (Conus marmoreus) Walindi, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea, Pacific Ocean  -  Franco  Banfi
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Franco Banfi / Marble cone shell (Conus marmoreus) Walindi, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea, Pacific Ocean
Three shells of different species of large predatory cone shells which are highly venomous but potentially have powerful painkillling  properties; from the top: the Geography cone (Conus geographicus)...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Three shells of different species of large predatory cone shells which are highly venomous but potentially have powerful painkillling properties; from the top: the Geography cone (Conus geographicus)...
Three shells of different species of large predatory cone shells which are highly venomous but potentially have powerful painkillling  properties; from the top: the Geography cone (Conus geographicus)...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Three shells of different species of large predatory cone shells which are highly venomous but potentially have powerful painkillling properties; from the top: the Geography cone (Conus geographicus)...
Lettered cone snail (Conus litteratus) venomous species. Komodo National Park, Indonesia, tropical Pacific Ocean.  -  Brandon Cole
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Brandon Cole / Lettered cone snail (Conus litteratus) venomous species. Komodo National Park, Indonesia, tropical Pacific Ocean.
Marbled cone snail (Conus marmoreus) venomous species, Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.  -  Constantinos Petrinos
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Constantinos Petrinos / Marbled cone snail (Conus marmoreus) venomous species, Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Textile cone shell (Conus textile) on beach, a highly venomous species, Borneo.  -  Chris  Mattison
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Chris Mattison / Textile cone shell (Conus textile) on beach, a highly venomous species, Borneo.
Textile cone shell (Conus textile) shell, highly venomous species.  -  Chris  Mattison
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Chris Mattison / Textile cone shell (Conus textile) shell, highly venomous species.
Jewellery including beads, conus shells and meteorites. Atar market, Mauritania, 2005.  -  Steve O. Taylor (GHF)
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Steve O. Taylor (GHF) / Jewellery including beads, conus shells and meteorites. Atar market, Mauritania, 2005.
Jewellery including beads, conus shells and meteorites. Atar market, Mauritania, 2005.  -  Steve O. Taylor (GHF)
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Steve O. Taylor (GHF) / Jewellery including beads, conus shells and meteorites. Atar market, Mauritania, 2005.
Jewellery including beads, conus shells and meteorites. Atar market, Mauritania, 2005.  -  Steve O. Taylor (GHF)
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Steve O. Taylor (GHF) / Jewellery including beads, conus shells and meteorites. Atar market, Mauritania, 2005.
Marble cone shell (Conus marmoreus) Restorf Island, Kimbe Bay, New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Bismarck Sea / Western Pacific Ocean  (Non-ex).  -  Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Marble cone shell (Conus marmoreus) Restorf Island, Kimbe Bay, New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Bismarck Sea / Western Pacific Ocean (Non-ex).
Cone shell {Conus mustelinus}  -  Simon Colmer
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Simon Colmer / Cone shell {Conus mustelinus}
Cone shell {Conus distans}  -  Simon Colmer
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Simon Colmer / Cone shell {Conus distans}
Cone shell {Conus sp} hunting at night, Mabul Island, Borneo, Malaysia  -  Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Cone shell {Conus sp} hunting at night, Mabul Island, Borneo, Malaysia
Textile cone hunting at night {Conus textile} Papua New Guinea  -  Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Textile cone hunting at night {Conus textile} Papua New Guinea
Cone snail {Conus sp} Indonesia.  -  Brandon Cole
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Brandon Cole / Cone snail {Conus sp} Indonesia.
Geography cone shell {Conus geographus} with toxic proboscis extended, Red Sea.  -  Jeff Rotman
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Jeff Rotman / Geography cone shell {Conus geographus} with toxic proboscis extended, Red Sea.
Geography cone shell {Conus geographus} with toxic proboscis extended, Red Sea.  -  Jeff Rotman
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Jeff Rotman / Geography cone shell {Conus geographus} with toxic proboscis extended, Red Sea.
Cone Top Shell (Tectus conus) from Indo-Pacific, Meeresmuseum Ozeania, Riedenburg, Germany  -  Ingo Arndt
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Ingo Arndt / Cone Top Shell (Tectus conus) from Indo-Pacific, Meeresmuseum Ozeania, Riedenburg, Germany
California Cone (Conus californicus) with venomous barb to subdue prey, Monterey, California  -  Norbert Wu
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Norbert Wu / California Cone (Conus californicus) with venomous barb to subdue prey, Monterey, California
Textile Cone (Conus textile) snail, highly toxic, Bali, Indonesia  -  Fred Bavendam
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Fred Bavendam / Textile Cone (Conus textile) snail, highly toxic, Bali, Indonesia
Striate Cone Snail (Conus striatus) uses venomous barb to subdue prey, dangerous to humans, Red Sea  -  Norbert Wu
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Norbert Wu / Striate Cone Snail (Conus striatus) uses venomous barb to subdue prey, dangerous to humans, Red Sea
Geography cone shell (Conus geographus), Australia.  -  David Fleetham
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David Fleetham / Geography cone shell (Conus geographus), Australia.
Pennaceus cone (Conus pennaceus), Hawaii.  -  David Fleetham
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David Fleetham / Pennaceus cone (Conus pennaceus), Hawaii.
A Leopard Cone shell (Conus leopardus) prowls the volcanic sand bottom after dark ready to harpoon unwary prey with its lethal barb. Komodo, Indonesia.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / A Leopard Cone shell (Conus leopardus) prowls the volcanic sand bottom after dark ready to harpoon unwary prey with its lethal barb. Komodo, Indonesia.
Cone Shell (Conus purpurascens) swallowing a fish. Cones use a venom to assist in capturing prey and it may also be harmful to humans. New pharmaceutical products are being created based on the venom...  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Cone Shell (Conus purpurascens) swallowing a fish. Cones use a venom to assist in capturing prey and it may also be harmful to humans. New pharmaceutical products are being created based on the venom...
Cone Shell (Conus sp), Bali, Indonesia  -  Norbert Wu
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Norbert Wu / Cone Shell (Conus sp), Bali, Indonesia