Auger Seashells have long slender, glossy bodies. Some are thick and heavy; while others are light. The outer lip is thin and sharp-edged and the columella (central pillar of the gastropod visible within the aperture), and their aperture (opening at the front end of the gastropod shell)and usually a rectangle, ending in a short, wide siphonal canal(the tube or gutter at the lower end of the aperture.
Auger shell related to a cone shells group that uses a radula tooth which is used to inject venom to capture worms. It is beautiful and connects the carrier with the water energies. They are known as shells of Florida’s gulf coast.
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