One of the bigger cones if not one of the prettiest. What it lacks in colour it shows off in size. Capable of growing over 150mm but giants over 130mm are already considered uncommon. Widely distributed from the red sea and all over the Indo-Pacific, not a “favourite” among collectors for the lack of colour and pattern but definitely worth getting a big specimen over 120mm, or the bigger the better. Young specimens do display some pattern but as usual, young specimens are not collectible unless for scientific purpose or to show a variation probably. Most likely a vermivore.
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