In this article lessepsian strombids, i.e. species from the family Strombidae which migrated from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean through the Suez canal, are discussed. Canarium erythrinum is only mentioned as a possibility in the literature. Only one find of Tricornis tricornis, probably an artefact, has been reported;. the same applies to Lentigo lentiginosus and Doxander vittatus but these latter two species do not live in the Red Sea. Conomurex persicus is common in parts of the eastern Mediterranean but originates from the Persian Gulf, and thus is not a lessepsian species. Only Canarium mutabile, known only so far from one recent source, and thus questionable, can be considered to be or to become a lessepsian strombid.