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|Donax variabilis shells|
Donax variabilis is a species of mollusc found on the east coast of the United States, from Virginia to the Caribbean. Its common name is coquina. It has a small shell that is usually colorful. It can be found alive in the sand where the waves come up in between waves. Some people collect the shells to use them for crafts or for decorative purposes. They are edible.
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