So here I am walking the beaches of Sanibel, Captiva and Pine islands to check out my 2014 book “Beachcomber Seashells of the Caribbean” (ASIN: B00IP954W2) and thinking of adding some more pages. You never find all the shells and there are definitely a lot of shells here! In two days I’ve found three shells I didn’t have decent specimens for photographs. Now I’ve got them. It will probably be a year before I get the new one out because I want to do a touch screen version. Going to Caribbean? Here’s the Ticket to Fun!!
Here’s one of my nicer shells in the past days!
It’s an Egg Cockle Shell: Laevicardium laevicatum.
More in the next coupe of days!
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