The family Acteonidae is a group of well calcified shells that have an obvious spire. Usually have a chitinous operculum. Most species burrow in sand or mud during the day and are active hunters of polychaete worms at night. Most famous and desirable species is the Acteon Eloiseae from Oman.

Show sidebar
Acteon cebuanus (Cebu’s Acteon)
1 product

Acteon cebuanus (Cebu’s Acteon)

View products
Acteon eloiseae (Eloise’s Acteon)
1 product

Acteon eloiseae (Eloise’s Acteon)

View products