This volume revises the family Harpidae. They include as their most dominant element the harp shells of the tropical seas. These striking and colorful shells have long been favorites with collectors, although because of the paucity of species in the genus and the relative rarity of most of the species, they have not been as popular a group as the cowries, the cone shells, and the volutes.
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