The Coquina Seashell belongs to the relatively small family of Donax (Donacidae) comprised of around 50 species. This species is strong toothed, front end rounded. The shell exterior is whitish and is banded with rays of pink, orange, purple, yellow, brown or blue. The shell has a shiny surface with low crowded riblets. The shell interior is whitish, suffused with yellow, reddish or sometimes purple-like.
The Coquina ranges from New York's Atlantic coast South to Florida and across the Gulf coast to Northern Mexico.
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