Some links that I found helpful in learning about Conus magus and Cone Snails in general included: ame=magus   


Aquarium of the Pacific 2011. nails_general_description/> Accessed 11 April 2011.

Campbell, N.A., J.B. Reece, L.A. Urry, M.L. Cain, S.A. Wasserman, P.V. Minorsky, and R. B. Jackson.  2008. Biology: Eighth    Edition. Pearson Benjamin Cummings, San Francisco, California, USA.  

 Fernandez, I., G. Vallodolid, J. Varon, and G. Sternbach. 2011. Encounters with venomous sea-life. Journal of Emergency Medicine 40:103-112.  

Fountain, H. 2003. Snails, desired for beauty and venom, may be threatened. New York Times. 4.  

Mayer A.M.S., K.B. Glaser, C. Cuevas, R.S. Jacobs, W. Kem, R.D. Little, J.M. McIntosh, D.J. Newman, B.C. Potts, and D.E.             

Shuster. The odyssey of marine pharmaceutical: a current pipeline perspective. 2010: 255-265.  

Molinski, T.F., D.S. Dalisay, S.L. Lievens, and J.P. Saludes. 2009. Drug development from marine natural products. Nature Reviews Drug Discovery 8:69-85.  

SeaLifeBase 2010. <URL: &genusname=Conus&speciesname=magus> Accessed 10 April 2011.  

Sreenivasan, A. 2002. Keeping up with the cones. Natural History 111:40-48.  

The Cone Snail 2011. <URL: > Accessed 09 April 2011.  

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