Remember how much fun you had combing the beach for shells as a child? Or even as an adult ;-)
Southwest Florida has some of the best shelling beaches in the world! I previously wrote about it here.
There are approximately 400 species of multi-colored seashells in our area, from the commonplace scallop and clam to the exotic – tulips, olives, fragile paper fig shells and the rarest of the all, the brown speckled junonia. This poster lists the most common ones found on Naples' beaches.
What kind of seashells are common in your area?