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  • Deanne Christman

    Carrier Shell, yes this a real species of sea snail that collects the shells of other sea creatures.

  • Karen Copple

    Sea Shells

  • Victoria Desmond

    Xenophora, a marine snail commonly known as the "carrier shell", attach shells, rocks, and other debris from its environment. This is so frickin' cool! I love this thing! :-)

  • S. DeSymillar

    Carrier shells. Seashell photography by Warren Krupsaw, a one-time student (and house guest) of Ansel Adams is a nature photographer concentrating on landscape & detail.

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ღღ Unfortunately the name of these shells are not mentioned. If anyone knows theses shells by name, please add it in the comment line. Thanks! ~~~~ Shells are Swell – Beautiful Examples of Seashell Photography | Inspiration

Maybe you have that sea shell collector, they can never have enough. There is such a variety

I recently found two of these washed ashore walking with my pug on Del Mar Dog Beach. It's unusual to find big pretty shells like this!

ღღ This is a fossil shell called Ecphora Quadricostata ~~~~ Shells are Swell – Beautiful Examples of Seashell Photography | Inspiration

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Stacked Sea Treasures,we went to Pottery Barn,several years ago,they had wonderful,washed white candle stands, and the candles were in different sea shells molds. Needless to say,we spent moree than we had planned but it's still beautiful.

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I do love seashells! I am forever asking friends to bring me some when they travel. Say, this goes for you too!

Love it, every time we go to the ocean we collect some

Carrier shell This would be the beach comber's find of a life time!

irecallthepushmorethanthefall: Treasures from the Ocean by Lucy Liew on Flickr.