Below at the top is the Spotted tun, Tonna dolium, also know as Tonna tessellata. It is found in the Indo-Pacific in deep water where it feeds on fish, sea urchins and crustaceans. It is 8 - 12 cm long.
Above is the Textile nerite, Nerita textilis. It is found in the Indian Ocean and Red Sea among rocks in the intertidal zone. It grows up to 5 cm long.Distorsio anus, the Distorted anus, below has a rather unfortunate common name. It is found in the Indo-Western Pacific in shallow waters under coral where it eats echinoderms.
Girgyllus star shell, Bolma girgylla, below, is found in deep waters around the Philippines and Taiwan. It is as tall as it is wide. Adults are 30 - 60mm.
The Banded tulip shell, Fasciolaria liluim, above, grows up to 100 mm long. It is found in the tropical and sub-tropical Western Atlantic, and preys on larger snails such as the Queen conch (above).