Cymbiola magnifica (Gebauer, 1802)
Common throughout the Solitary Islands Marine Park. Endemic to Australia and distributed along the east coast from southern Queensland to Victoria.
Frequents sandy areas often adjacent to rocky or coral reef. Regularly trawled from depths to at least 200m. Commonly seen by divers at depths or 5m or greater.
Aperture length more than 3/4 the total shell length, interior orange. Four darker brown bands around body whorl, colour may vary according to geographic location. Grows to 35cm, typically 25cm.