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The King Helmet (Cassis tuberosa) is found from North Carolina (U.S.A.) to Brazil; it is rare in Florida and northward, but common in the West Indies (and the most common of the true helmets in the Caribbean). (Abbot 1968; Rehder 1981)
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preferable to note that taxon occurs off of gult waters at south florida explicitly
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