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> Conus (Virgiconus) spiceri
|Rare in sand pockets or under rocks, locally
common at Midway. Elongate, solid shell light yellow, aperture white,
spire flat and smooth. Animal is brown with yellow head, siphon banded with
black & white. Attains 5 inches. Hawaii and scattered
records from the Central Pacific. Formerly regarded a subspecies of Conus coelinae.