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the bonnet shell, known also as the "Scotch Bonnet" - and North Carolina's state shell - my personal favorite as it was found to resemble a baby bonnet when viewed from the side ♥

Murex Alabaster Sea Shells are also known as Siratus alabaster seashells.  A delicate white murex seashell, Alabaster Murex sea shells are found in deep water from Japan to the Philippines.

Murex Alabaster Sea Shells are also known as Siratus alabaster seashells. A delicate white murex seashell, Alabaster Murex sea shells are found in deep water from Japan to the Philippines. My father scuba dived for these when we lived in Guam.

The Junonia (Scaphella junonia), a deep-water marine mollusk, lives off the Atlantic Coast from North Carolina to Florida and along Florida's Gulf of Mexico Coast.

Johnstone's Junonia (Scaphella junonia johnstoneae) was designated the official state shell of Alabama in The Johnstone's Junonia seashell (home of a deep-water marine mollusk) is found only in Alabama waters.