About the Shells above:
... OK ya got me this isn't a shell it's my only fish.This is an Xray photo of the Northern Sea House, Hippocampus erectus, also called lined sea horse, and was once called Hippocampus hudsonius. It's also called the spotted seahorse. It is a species of fish that belongs to the Syngnathidae family.
Harp Shell ... Xray photo of Ventral Harp Shell, Harpa ventricosa. Family Harpidae Harpinae
Channeled Whelk ... Xray photo of channeled whelk, Busycotypus canaliculatus, previously known as Busycon canaliculatum belonging to the family Buccinidae.
Baler Shell ... Xray photo of India Melon, Indian volute, or Baler Shell, Melo melo. Family Voultadie, the volutes
Fig Shell ... Xray photo of Ficus ficus, Fig Shell found along the eastern coast of North Americia from North Carolina to the Gulf of Mexico. Family Ficadae
Pink Murex ... Xray photo of Pink Murex, Murex erythrostomus, Family Muricindae. Also known as rock snails or murex snails
Spider Conch ... Xray photo of Spider Conch, Lambis lambis, Family Strombidae, the true conchs
Pond Snail ... Xray Photo of Apple Snail, Pomacea sp. Fresh water pond snail
Egg Cowrie ... Xray photo of Shuttlecock Egg Cowrie, Volva volva. Family Ovulidae. Also called false cowries, ovulids
Spiny Murex ... Xray photo of Spiny Murex or Venus Comb murex, Murex pecten, Family Muricidae, the rock snails or murex snails
Spindle Shell ... Xray photo of Spindle Shell, Fusinus colus, also called the Distaff spindle, Family Fasciolariidae, the spindle shells
Tibia Fusus ... Xray photo of Tibia fusus, family Strombidae, the true conchs. Mostly found in offshore waters where there is plenty of sand.
Winged Murex ... Xray photo of Winged Murex, Pteropurpura trialata, a predatory sea snail of the family Muricidae
Screw Turritella ... Xray photo of Screw Turritella, Turritella trebra. Also called Screw shell, Auger, Great Screw shell. Family Turritellidae