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Conus Videos:

Movies of feeding behavior in vermivorous, molluscivorous, and piscivorous species of Conus in captivity, showing injection of venom through the hypodermic needle-like radular teeth and prey capture. Click on the image to view the movie, if you are having trouble viewing these movies please see the Help Page.

 
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Vermivorous feeding: Conus californicus. Filmed by the late P.R. Saunders.

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Vermivorous feeding: Conus brunneus. Filmed by A. J. Kohn.

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Vermivorous feeding: Conus imperialis. Filmed by A. J. Kohn.

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Molluscivorous feeding: Conus victoriae. Filmed by A. J. Kohn.

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Molluscivorous feeding: Conus textile. Filmed by the late P.R. Saunders.

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Molluscivorous feeding: Conus textile. Filmed by the late P.R. Saunders.

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Piscivorous feeding: Conus tulipa. Filmed by Dr. Shigeo Yoshiba.

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Piscivorous feeding: Conus californicus. Filmed by Stewart and Gilly.

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Piscivorous feeding: Conus californicus. Filmed by Stewart and Gilly.

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Piscivorous feeding: Conus catus. Filmed by Schulz, Norton and Gilly.

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Piscivorous feeding: Conus catus. Filmed by Schulz, Norton and Gilly.

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Piscivorous feeding: Conus geographus. Filmed by the late P.R. Saunders.

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Piscivorous feeding: Conus striatus. Filmed by A. J. Kohn.

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Piscivorous feeding: Conus striatus. Filmed by the late P.R. Saunders.

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Piscivorous feeding: Conus ermineus. Filmed by David Hicks.

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Piscivorous feeding: Conus ermineus. Filmed by David Hicks.