Beautiful Melo Amphora of considerable size.
This shell is the largest in the Volutidea family.
From Port Hedland, Australia.
A giant specimen with a yellow/cream colour.
Since the earliest days it has always been highly sought-after not only for its beauty, but also for its functionality: Australian indigenous used it to retain water.
This gorgeous animal remains hidden in the sand most of the time and moves in search of molluscs at night and on cloudy days.
Size: 340 x 215 x 140 mm
Weight: 925 g
- Voluta de diadema grande
- Concha de caracol de mar
- Nombre científico
- Melo Amphora
- 340×215×140 mm
- 925 g