Sea shells of Tokyo Bay

The Mouth of Tokyo Bay is a sea area between Tateyama and Miura peninsula.
Some reef corals and tropical fishes can be seen in this beautiful sea.
I introduce some shells which live in this sea area.
1m @@@@@@Shells found on the beach


Cerithidea cingulata (Gmelin, 1791)
Separatista helicoides (Gmelin, 1791)
 
 
10m Diodora suprapunicea Otuka, 1937
Epitonium eusculptum (Sowerby, 1903)
Meretrix lusoria (Roding, 1798)
  Primovula rhodia (A. Adams, 1855)
Cypraea gracilis Gaskoin, 1848
Gari sibogai Prashad, 1932
  Tubiniscala replicata (Sowerby, 1844)
Trigonostoma obliquata (Lamarck, 1822)
Placamen tiara (Dillwyn, 1817)
Cardiomya tosaensis (Kuroda, 1948)
  Calliostoma sp
Prinovolva chosiensis (Cate, 1973)
Mitra inquinata Reeve, 1844
Philine kurodai Habe, 1946
50m Bractaechlamys quadrilirata (Lischke, 1870)
 
 
  Siratus pliciferoides (Kuroda, 1942)
Parvamussium intuscostatum (Yokoyama, 1920)
 
100m Mikadotrochus beyrichi (Hilgendorf, 1877)
200m Robertotrivia kiiensis Kuroda & Cate, in Cate, 1979
Benthovoluta hilgendorfi (v. Martens, 1897)
Fulgoraria prevostiana (Crosse, 1878)
Daphnella itonis Sysoev & Bouchet, 2001
Thatcheria mirabilis Angas, 1877
  Diodora yokoyamai Otuka, 1937
Calliostoma akoya (Kuroda in Ikebe, 1942)
Nipponotrophon echinus (Dall, 1918)
Granulifusus sp (pulchellus Hayashi, MS.)
Acesta citrina Masahito & Habe, 1976
  Buccinum felis (Okutani, 1964)
Buccinum sagamianum Okutani, 1977
Acesta smithi (Sowerby, 1888)
 
600m Fulgoraria smithi (Sowerby, 1901)
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