Conus frigidus Reeve, 1848
Frigid cone, 36mm

Cones resembling descriptions of Conus frigidus are common on intertidal interisland reefs in the Marshalls. They are usually found in pockets in the reef or under rocks. They are very similar to Conus flavidus and the two, at least here in the Marshalls, may be variations of one species.

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Created 4 July 2009
Updated 21 December 2009

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