Probably the second largest cone in the world and probably the second largest cone species after Conus pulcher; specimens above 200mm are known. If not the biggest, probably the heaviest and I consider it one of the “rough” species, always very heavy and old specimens are always rough and getting good quality specimens at big size is very very rare and close to impossible as it is usually heavily battered and eroded due to age and size.

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