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Cone Wars
Cone Wars by Don Barclay Read all about the day to day life interactions in Dons home aquarium. A Man and Mollusc Page
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The Conus Biodiversity Site
" This web site is part of a National Science Foundation-sponsored project aimed at expanding knowledge of systematics of the unusually diverse marine gastropod genus Conus. The project goals are to integrate species-level revisionary systematics of the major regional faunas, contribute to molecular-based phylogenetic hypotheses, expand predictive classifications, and promulgate the results in both electronic and print media. ...
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The Conus Biodiversity Website
"This web site is part of a National Science Foundation-sponsored project aimed at expanding knowledge of systematics of the unusually diverse marine gastropod genus Conus. The project goals are to integrate species-level revisionary systematics of the major regional faunas, contribute to molecular-based phylogenetic hypotheses, expand predictive classifications, and promulgate the results in both electronic and print media. ..."
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Seashell Collector.Com
The Wonderful World of Seashells
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Shells Passion
Shells Passion database for Conus species. An excellent cone database
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World Wide Conchology
World Wide Conchology The molluscan family CONIDAE, or the Cone Shells are undoubtedly the most popular group of collectable seashells.
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Seashell Collector.Com
Seashell Collector.com periodic cone shell artcles
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An Illustrated Checklist
An Illustrated Checklistof Recent Conidae - dalli Stearns to lizarum Raybaudi & Da Motta
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An Illustrated Checklist Of Recent Conidae
An Illustrated Checklist of Recent Conidae Images and Taxonomy of the World's Living Conidae - Species, Subspecies, Varieties and Forms.... by Schooner Specimen Shells
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Femorale
Femorale Cone Shell Photo Gallery
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Coneshells
Coneshells - knights of the seaA. Medvedev Collection. Seashells Family CONIDAE.
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Conidae Of NSW
Conidae of New South Wales, Australia
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Zonatus.Com
Zonatus.com(France) by Bruno Math - This is a personal site about seashells in general, and cones in particular. www.zonatus.com ( in French)
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Alboran Shells:
Alboran Shells An illustrated page of Cone Shells
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Cones Of South Africa:
The Endemic Cones of South Africa by E.J. Powers The majority of this Conus group is endemic to South Africa and some range from South Africa to other limited areas of the Indian Ocean. Hopefully these illustrations and data will help to ID shells in your collections.
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The Berdulinus-
the berdulinus-kintoki-coelinae-martensi Group A sometimes confusing and related group of cones This Conus group is a bit confusing, taxonomically. Hopefully these illustrations and data will help to ID shells in your collections
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Sea Shore Life
Geography Cone Shell (Conus geographus)Family Conidae Only a few species of cone shells are highly dangerous to man.
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Cone Shell Bibliography
Cone Shell Bibliography by Malacos.com This extensive on-line Conus Bibliography, organized by species, provides a list of key reference books and publications for each species of Conus.
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List Of Specimens Of The Genus Conus
BY Dr. Bruce Livett
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USS Conotoxin
USS Conotoxin from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL USA Exciting new studies of the venomous Florida cone snails by the research team of Dr. Frank Mari.
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Cone Shells
Cone Shells (Conidae, Cone Shells Cone shells are a sea snail family occurring mainly in tropical waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans, the so called Indopacific...
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Cone Collector.Net
The Cone Collector magazine
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Conus Textile From Mozambique Coast.
Collection Coleco de Conchas de Carlos Carvalho
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Conus Venom Peptides
E.E. Just Lecture, 1996* Conus Venom Peptides, Receptor and Ion Channel Targets, and Drug Design 50 Million Years of Neuropharmacology Baldomero M. Olivera
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Cone Shell Cures
Nature-PBS Cone Shell Cures When it comes to research on venom and converting it into useful drugs, studies involving exotic snakes or brightly colored frogs seem to attract the most attention. However, one of the most promising new venom-derived drugs actually comes from a very modest-looking sea snail.
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Cones Photos
Cones photos Phillip Colla Natural History Photography
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Carolus Linnaeus
Article presented by the Jacksonville Shell Club - Conus and Cypraea species named by Carolus Linnaeus in the tenth edition of Systema Naturae (May 24, 1758) and their present nomenclatorial status (compiled June, 2007)
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Worldwide Conidae
Jacksonville Shell Club Conidae
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HardyS Guide
Hardy's Guide to Marine Gastropods - Conidae
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Cone Shell Photos
Femorale
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The Emergency Medicine Site
Cone Shell Poisoning The Emergency Medicine site authored by Suzanne Shepherd, MD, MS, DTMH, FACEP and colleagues from Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center has been updated and contains 7 pages with information about cone shell stings and treatment, covering the following topics
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The "Business End"
"This is a close view of the "business end" of a venomous cone. Many of these creatures are capable of inflicting potentially fatal neurotoxin stings. ..."
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Check List Of Conidae
Check List of Conidae by Felix Lorenz Dear Conus-collectors This is a first attempt of mine to compile a personal checklist of taxa, based largely upon personal observation and the recent book by Rckel, Korn and Kohn (Manual of the Living Conidae, Hemmen Verlag)
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Coral Reef Network:
Hawaii- Coral Reef Network Conidae
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Coneshell.Net
coneshell.net Giancarlo Paganelli 1998-2005
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Conchology.Be
Conchology Ltd. by Guido and Philippe Poppe
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Les Cones Toxiques
"Les cones toxiques" - by Mr Michel Ghesquiere -Association Conchyliologique du Nord.
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Blackwell Synergy
Post-translationally modified neuropeptides from Conus venoms A. Grey Craig1, Pradip Bandyopadhyay2 and Baldomero M. Olivera2
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Cone Shells
Cone Shells - Dangers on the great barrier reef Cone ShellsSpecies - 80 Species in Australia
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Aims
Australian Institute of Marine Science Dangerous marine animals of Northern Australia
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Cold-Water Conidae
Cold-Water Conidae Toxoglossate Turrid Snails of The Northeastern Pacific by Ron Shimek
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Archerd Collection
Archerd Collection Family Conidae (Cone Shells)
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Wonder Drug
News Item "Wonder Drug" Snails Face Threats, Experts WarnJohn Pickrell in England for National Geographic News October 16, 2003
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Phillipines Shell News
Phillipines Shell News site in English and French (also available at httpcebushellnews.multimania.com and at a mirror site) by J.P. Barbier
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Think Quest
Think Quest Poisonous Animals Cone shell (Conidae)
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Treating Pain
Treating Pain Synthetic snail venom may lead to new drugs produced by Heather Ross reported by Lucky Severson story by Shawn OLearyvideo edited by Katie Elfsten
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Eating Preferences
What do Cone Snails Eat This page groups cone snails according to their eating preferences. Listed here are 15 species of piscivorous cones, 11 of molluscivorous, and 6 species of vermivorous cones. All are linked back to the appropriate page(s) in Rochel, Korn and Kohn (1995) Manual of the Living Conidae. (Information extracted and adapted from "Conus overview", a developing web page from Olivera's Utah group).
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Diving Medicine Online
Diving Medicine Online maintained by Dr. Ernest Campbell, MD, FACS provides "Comprehensive updated information about diving and undersea medicine for the non-medical diver, the non-diving medical professional and an excellent reference source for the diving medical specialist". Information is available about all kinds of Hazardous Marine Life including Cone Shells and other species employing injected toxins. See also brief description of cone shells and venom apparatus.
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Gastropods.Com
Cone illustrations
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How Much Can Conus Swallow?
" How much can Conus swallow observations on molluscivorous species by Yuri Kantor ..."
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References To Works
References to works on Conus Toxins Another excellent page by Grimwade Biochemical Lab, Australia Web Site on Cones. by Dr Bruce Livett
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First-Aid For Cone Shell
First-aid for Cone Shell envenomation (from AVRU) Brian Fry's advice (Australian Venom Research Unit, AVRU) for those stung by cone shells. Includes link to a list of dangerous Australian species and other information about Cone Shells and conotoxins
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Revenge Of The Killer Snails
Grimwade Labs Revenge of the Killer Snails Reports of instances of poisoning by the various species of cone shell..
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Cone Shell Articles
Grimwade Labs Cone Shell articles links page
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Cone Shell & Conotoxin
Grimwade Labs Cone Shell & Conotoxin Homepage information on cone shell biology and toxicology Grimwade Biochemical Lab, Australia Web Site on Cones. Dr Bruce Livett has excellent biochemical resources on the conotoxins peptides.
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