Mega Lightning Whelk This species has a left-handed or sinistral shell. It eats mostly bivalves, sucking their mass up with its proboscis. Feed primarily on marine bivalves.
can be found in the sandy or muddy substrate of shallow embayments.
Status : Unknown. Shelling regulation established a complete ban on the collection of live shells (Florida Department of Environmental Protection Rule 46-26). This species is native to southeastern North America,south to Florida and the Gulf states.