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Japanese term or phrase:ペッツホールド型コンチェ
English translation:Petzholdt conch
Entered by: Renata Rusu
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06:32 Oct 25, 2006
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Japanese term or phrase: ペッツホールド型コンチェ
I can't find the English name of this conch. Can anybody help?Thank you!
Renata Rusu
Local time: 19:56

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This beautiful shellfish received different names in the different countries of the Caribbean area. In Mexico, it is called Caracol rosa, but in the prehispanic Mexico, it was named Teccizmama by the Aztec people. In other Spanish speaking countries, it has received various names. It is called Botuto in Venezuela, Cambombia in Panama, Cambute in Costa Rica, Caracol gigante en Honduras, Caracol pala in Colombia, Caracol in Nicaragua, Carrucho in Puerto Rico, Cobo in Cuba. In Florida, Bahamas, Jamaica and other English speaking islands, it is called Queen Conch. In French, it is called Strombe géant but in Guadeloupe and Martinique, everyone knows it as Lambi.....

www.mda.cinvestav.mx/biblioteca/strombus/QueenConch_eng/o-g... - 28k -

V N Ganesh
Local time: 16:26
Native speaker of: English
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