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Release 35.01 went up 15th April. The first software changes and changes to the sequence in which species appear in the index pages and moving from species to species have been implemented.

Leptoconus amadis amadis

Gmelin, J.F., 1791 Amadis Cone Shell size 40 - 110 mm Indian Ocean
Taxonomic Information
open bookPage/Plate
Systema Naturaeed. XIII, Leipzig, 1 pt 6, p 3388/2
Encyclopedia of Marine Gastropodsp 393/1
Hamlyn Guide to Shells of the Worldp 274
Compendium of Seashellsp 247/1.2
Eyewitness handbooks - Shellsp 194
M.B. Pocket Guide to Shells of the Worldp 141
Collector's guide to Seashells of the Worldp 133/9
Conidae; Volume 1:Indo-Pacific Regionp 397/1-5, 12-13
Nomenclature and Taxonomy in the Living Conidaep 31
Cone Shells of Thailandp 4/
Indian Shells, The Book ofp 60/10
Sea Snails of PondicherryFig. 179
Seashells of South East Asiap 73
Conus amadis Hwass, C.H. in Bruguière, J.G., 1792
Encyclopédie MéthodiqueVol. 1, p 689/78
Nomenclature and Taxonomy in the Living Conidaep 31
Conus venustus Röding, P.F., 1798
Mus. Bolten IIp 47 599/94
Nomenclature and Taxonomy in the Living Conidaep 289
Conus subacutus Féneaux, A., 1942
Bull. Inst. Oceanog. MonacoVol. 814, p 4/10
Nomenclature and Taxonomy in the Living Conidaep 265
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1 Conus Biodiversity website
2 Eddie Hardy
3 Eddie Hardy
4 Conus Biodiversity website
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6 Eddie Hardy
7 Lowtide Shells
8 Eddie Hardy