Also known as Horse Conch, Many-angled Spindle, Many-angled Spindle Shell, Spindle Shell, Spindle Snail, Tulip Shell, Tulip Snail.
Found over rubble and sandy areas, of coral and rocky reefs. These shells resemble a piece of encrusted dead coral, they are always heavily overgrown.
They feed on bivalves and gastropods.
Length - 9cm
Depth - 0-40m
Widespread Indo-West Pacific
Horse Conches are long and spindly with high spired shells, often found encrusted in algae. Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latirus_polygonus