By Jennifer Lonoff Schiff
How many of these top Sanibel seashells have you found?
Learn about how Jennifer got started on her shell collecting journey in "Confessions of a Shellaholic."
This article appeared in the Beachcombing Magazine November/December 2019 issue.
Jennifer is the author of the Sanibel Island Mystery Series.
More about seashells
- Bubble Shells
- The Chambered Nautilus
- Egg-citing Finds: Whelk Egg Casings
- Hidden Beauty: Quahog Shells
- How to Identify Live Sand Dollars
- Identifying Florida Seashells
- Is That Scallop Shell Broken?
- The Red Abalone
- Shark Eyes: The Cannibalistic Mollusk
- The World’s Most Expensive Seashell
No live shelling: Be sure shells are empty and sand dollars, sea stars, and sea urchins are no longer alive before you bring them home.