||Brilliant orange color
||These mollusks are vegetarians.
||It appears milky with brown spots on the outside
||This is Sanibel Island’s most cherished seashell.
|Lightning Whelk Shells
||Can grow up to sixteen inches long
||There are miniature shell eggs in papery egg case streamers that wash up on the beach.
||One of the island’s most common shells
||A cockle mollusk is a footed creature that can jump several inches at one time.
||Have interesting patterns that are in a swirling form
||Frequently wash up on shore
||Comes in many colors and has a glossy finish.
||Grows to about three inches long.
|Sand dollar Shells
||Thin, flat with brown color that contains bristled tiny tubes that allow it to breath
||Unoccupied sand dollars are bleached to a white color