What is another word for Genus Strombus?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs stɹˈɒmbəs] (IPA)

Genus Strombus is a group of marine snails belonging to the large family of gastropods. They are commonly referred to as the "true conchs" and are recognized for their spiral-shaped shells with a flared opening and pointed spire. Some synonyms for the genus Strombus include the West Indian conch, the true conch, the pink conch, and the queen conch. These snails are popular for their beautiful shells, which are often used for decoration and are considered to be significant in some cultures. Although these snails are primarily found in the tropics, they have a widespread distribution and can be found in both shallow and deep waters.

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Related words: genus strombus, strombus americanus, strombus erythropus, Strombus gigas, Strombus pugilis, Strombus canarium

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