Terebra dislocata (Say, 1822) Eastern Auger Page Two

    The specimens illustrated below were initially believed to represent Terebra concava (Say, 1826) Concave Auger. However, terebrid experts Ed Dunham and Gavin Malcolm (pers. comm. 12 April, 2012) believe that the specimens in actuality are but a morph of Terebra dislocata.

Terebra dislocata (Say, 1822) Eastern Auger

Mayport Naval Station Beach, Jacksonville, Duval Co., Florida 4/13/2012 (about 20 mm.)

Terebra dislocata (Say, 1822) Eastern Auger

Terebra dislocata (Say, 1822) Eastern Auger

Mayport Naval Station Beach, Jacksonville, Duval Co., Florida 12/2002 (about 20 mm.)

Terebra dislocata (Say, 1822) Eastern Auger

Little Talbot Island, Duval Co., Florida (about 20 mm.)