The “Kiener’s Delphinula” is one of the fifty “Rare Shells” chosen by S. Peter Dance (1969) and was for a long time considered very rare. Today it is known to be rather common in deep water of tropical west Indo-Pacific region. Perhaps the most beautiful species of the family, it is also one of the most variable. The most desirable form has webbed spines like large petals of a flower, this form is still rare if the frills are intact and of a large size for the form (~50mm). A very large specimen is shown here, although not the webbed form. – Adapted from Chong Chen

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Angaria sphaerula – Beautiful pink band!

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Angaria sphaerula – Beautiful white band!

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Angaria sphaerula – Beautiful!

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Angaria sphaerula – Gigantic size and superb spines!

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Angaria sphaerula – Green spines!

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Angaria sphaerula – Green!

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Angaria sphaerula – Large Gold!

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Angaria sphaerula – superb set of 3 colours!

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Angaria sphaerula – Very beautiful!

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Angaria sphaerula – Very nice green with webbed spines!