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Found in Belgrade, possibly carried back from the Mediterranean or Aegean coast.

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It is not /Bolma rugosa/, but in fact /Angaria delphinus/, from the Indo-Pacific.

Listing on gastropods.com

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If your shell is Mediterranean in origin, it could be Bolma rugosa.

This seems to be the best match among Gastropoda in the index of Mediterranean seashells.

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