Conus sugillatus Reeve, 1844
Sugillatus cone, 24mm

Conus sugillatus is a small cone that is moderately common, but only in lagoon patches of Halimeda algae. We have seen this at depths of about 8 to 25m, nearly always along the lagoon side of Kwajalein's eastern reef. This species is often considered a variety of Conus muriculatus Sowerby, 1833.

Created 4 July 2009
Updated 20 May 2012

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