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The 2 shells (pics 1 & 2) are of the same genus and speciesbut they vary in colour. the shells were bout 40 mm in length with the upper whorls being narrower than the last one.
Spotted in the tidal area - Port Phillip Bay
Conubers live in the mudflats and tidal areas. They lay their eggs in masses of jelly as in this spotting:
http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/836... Snails of this species feed on cockles as seen in this spotting: