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BURSIDAE - ALL PRICES IN AUSTRALIAN $ (AUD), NOT INCL. GST
Genus Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Bufonaria albivaricosa Reeve, 1844 India  80-90mm, nicely spined varices, w/o  F++/GEM   5.00
Bursa asperrima Dunker, 1862 Clipperton Is. 25-30mm, pale cream/orange  F++  45.00
Bursa asperrima Dunker, 1862 Clipperton Is.  30-40mm, pale cream/orange  F++  55.00
Bursa awati Ray, 1949 Philippines  50-60mm, tall, light-weight species  F++/GEM  5.00
Bursa bubo (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, N/W WA under 200mm, nice shells with good spire, w/o  F++/GEM  15.00
Bursa bubo (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, N/W WA over 200mm, rare this size from Australia, w/o  F++  25.00
Bursa bufo Bruguiere, 1792 USA, East Coast  40-50mm, heavy species with low sculpture  F++/GEM  10.00
Tutufa bufo (Roeding, 1798) Australia, WA under 60mm, very nice w/o F++ 10.00
Tutufa bufo (Roeding, 1798) Australia, WA 60-100mm, very nice shells, with operc F++ 15.00
Tutufa bufo (Roeding, 1798) Australia, WA 60-100mm, heavy sp. dead but good dead    6.00
Tutufa bufo (Roeding, 1798) Australia, WA over 100mm, heavy sp. dead but good dead  10.00
Bursa bufonia (Gmelin, 1791) Australia, WA  50-60mm, very heavy species with white aperture, w/o  F++  8.00
Bursa bufonia (Gmelin, 1791) Marquesas Is. 60-80mm, very large specimens from a very rare location  F++  25.00
Bursa californica Hinds, 1843 Mexico  under 80mm, tall species with two brown bands  F++  10.00
Bursa californica Hinds, 1843 Mexico  over 80mm, tall species with two brown bands  F++  15.00
Bursa corrugata (Perry, 1811) Africa, Senegal  35-40mm, form pustulosa, chocolate brown aperture  F++   6.00
Bursa corrugata (Perry, 1811) Ecuador  under 40mm, form corrugata, dark brown, orange/brown aperture F++  6.00
Bursa corrugata (Perry, 1811) Ecuador  over 40mm, form corrugata, dark brown, orange/-brown aperture  F++ 10.00
Bursa cruentata (Sowerby, 1835) USA, Hawaii  25-30mm, typically worn spire, black striped parietal shield, w/o  F++ 5.00
Bursa cruentata (Sowerby, 1835) Indonesia  20-30mm, typical for species  F++   3.00
Bursa cruentata (Sowerby, 1835) Marquesas Is. 20-30mm, typical for species  F++  5.00
Bursa crumena Lamarck, 1816 Taiwan  50-70mm, nicely spotted and inflated species  F++/GEM   3.00
Bursa davidboschii Beu, 1987 Africa, Somalia   18-20mm, small delicate species  F++/GEM  20.00
Bursa davidboschii Beu, 1987 Africa, Somalia   20-25mm, small delicate species  F++/GEM  30.00
Bufonaria echinata (Link, 1807) India  60-80mm, large marginal spines, w/o  F++/GEM  4.00
Dulcerana elisabettae (Nappo et al, 2014) Australia, WA 45-55mm, endemic to WA, coarse sculpture, lg nodules F++/GEM  15.00
Bufonaria foliata (Broderip, 1826) Africa, Mozambique  60-70mm, spectacular orange aperture  F++/GEM 20.00
Dulcerana granularis (Roeding, 1798) Australia, S/W WA 30-40mm, angular with sparse sculpture, w/o  F++/GEM   4.00
Dulcerana granularis (Roeding, 1798) Australia, North WA 30-40mm, typical shape with busy sculpture, w/o F++/GEM  4.00
Dulcerana granularis (Roeding, 1798)  Clipperton Is.  45-50mm, very busy sculpture, from very rare location, w/o  F++/GEM  10.00
Dulcerana granularis (Roeding, 1798) USA, Florida  40-50mm, form cubabiana, local Caribbean form, w/o  F++/GEM  8.00
Dulcerana granularis (Roeding, 1798) USA, Hawaii  25-30mm, small delicate form of this wide-spread species  F++  4.00
Dulcerana granularis (Roeding, 1798) Marquesas Islands  30-40mm, dark shells from a rare location, w/o  F++/GEM  10.00
Bursa grayana Dunker, 1862 Brazil  25-35mm, small, colourful & heavy shells   F++/GEM  15.00
Bursa humilis Beu, 1981 Australia, WA 25-35mm, rare deep water species, dead but good   45.00
Bursa lamarckii (Deshayes, 1853)  Indonesia  under 40mm, dark brown/black aperture  F++/GEM   5.00
Bursa lamarckii (Deshayes, 1853) Indonesia  over 40mm, dark brown/black aperture  F++/GEM   10.00
Bursa lamarckii (Deshayes, 1853) Indonesia  over 50mm, dark brown/black aperture, very large for species  F++/GEM   15.00
Bursa latitudo Garrard, 1961 Philippines  50-55mm, ssp. wolfei, typical heavy lirate aperture, w/o  F++/GEM   20.00
Bursa latitudo Garrard, 1961 USA, Hawaii  85-90mm, form wolfei, large dead shells  dead   12.00
Bufonaria margaritula (Deshayes, 1832) Philippines  30-40mm, nicely flared aperture  F++/GEM   3.00
Bufonaria margaritula (Deshayes, 1832) Taiwan  40-50mm, large for species  F++/GEM   4.00
Bufonaria marginata (Gmelin, 1791) Africa, West Coast  20-30mm, heavy small and smooth species  F++   5.00
Bufonaria nana Broderip & Sowerby, 1829 Mexico, West Coast  30-40mm, finely pustulose with pale band on body whorl  F++/GEM   5.00
Tutufa nigrita Muehlhaeuser & Bloecher,1979 Africa, Mozambique  60-65mm, dark stained aperture  F++ 50.00
Bufonaria perelegans Beu, 1987 Taiwan  70-90mm, large spiny species  F++/GEM  10.00
Bufonaria rana (Linnaeus, 1758) Taiwan  60-70mm, typical for this species, w/o  F++/GEM   4.00
Bufonaria rana (Linnaeus, 1758) Australia, QLD  40-50mm, form australiensis, smaller local form  F++/GEM   6.00
Bursa ranelloides Reeve, 1844 USA, Florida  30-35mm, form tenuisculpta, very finely sculptured, widely ranging sp.  F++  20.00
Bursa rosa (Perry, 1811) USA, Hawaii  20-22mm, pink stained aperture with nice posterior canals  F++   6.00
Bursa rosa (Perry, 1811) Australia, WA  30-35mm, large heavy form of the species   F++/GEM  10.00
Bursa rhodostoma Beck in Sowerby II, 1835 Indonesia 18-25mm, form rhodostoma, blood red aperture, w/o F++  8.00
Bursa rhodostoma Beck in Sowerby II, 1835 Israel, Eilat 24mm, very pink aperture F+/F++  12.00
Bursa rhodostoma Beck in Sowerby II, 1835 Bahamas 22-25mm, form thomae, pink aperture F++  12.00
Tutufa rubeta (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia 80-100mm, striking orange aperture, w/o F++  12.00
Tutufa rubeta (Linnaeus, 1758) Indonesia under 80mm, striking orange aperture, w/o F++   8.00
Bursa rugosa Sowerby II, 1835 Panama  30-40mm, pale tan/orange shells, nicely flared aperture, w/o  F++/GEM  25.00
Bufonaria subgranosa Sowerby II, 1836 Philippines  50-60mm, nicely sculptured & graceful  F++/GEM   3.00
Bufonaria subgranosa Sowerby II, 1836 Australia, WA  40-50mm, a rare locality for the species  F++/GEM   4.00
Tutufa tenuigranosa Smith, 1914 Philippines 120-140mm, nodulose, nice mottled brown pattern F++ 10.00
Tutufa tenuigranosa Smith, 1914 Philippines 140-170mm, nodulose, nice mottled brown pattern F++ 15.00
Bursa tuberosissima Reeve, 1844 Indonesia  30-40mm, bright yellow aperture and raised dorsal hump  F++/GEM   4.00
Crossata ventricosa Broderip, 1836 Peru  50-60mm, very inflated shells, darker bands and tan background  F++  10.00
Crossata ventricosa Broderip, 1836 Peru  60-70mm, very inflated shells, darker bands and tan background  F++  15.00

 

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