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As opposed to the lightning whelk which spirals to the left, the knobbed whelk spirals to the right.
Sub-tidal coastal waters from Cape Cod, Massacusetts to northern Florida, U.S..
Very often mistakenly called a conch.
Lat: 41.53, Long: -70.97
Spotted on Sep 24, 2007 Submitted on Jun 10, 2011