Photo by Gerick Bergsma
|Conchs in the genus Lambis are found on tropical reefs worldwide. L. truncata has been reported from the Red Sea, Mauritius, India, Australia, the Philippines, Kiribati and French Polynesia.
|Reef flats and sand patches
|Algae and detritus
|Males and females can be distinguished by the shape of their shells. Females are generally much larger, and have longer spines. Spider conchs move using a large, spiked foot.
- Moorea Biocode Database