Australian Seashells P/L - 5 Ealing Mews, Kingsley WA 6026, Australia. web: www.australianseashells.com.au, e-mail: shells@seashells.net.au
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Family Species Author Locality Description Grading Price
Trachycardium angulatum Lamarck, 1819 Western Australia 65-80mm, some with pink/orange  F++/GEM    6.00
Fulvia aperta Bruguiere, 1789 Western Australia 40-42mm, with some purple  F+/F++    5.00
Acrosterigma arenicola Reeve, 1845 Japan  25-30mm, typical for this species  F++    6.00
Acrosterigma assimile Reeve, 1844 India  35-40mm, form assimile, nice colourful shells F++/GEM    5.00
Laevicardium attenuatum Sowerby, 1840 Indonesia  50-60mm, with red dashes  F++/GEM    8.00
Lyrocardium aurantiacum Adams & Reeve, 1850 Indonesia  30-35mm, delicate & orange   F++    6.00
Fulvia australis Sowerby, 1843 Indonesia  25-30mm, solid and variable colours  F++/GEM    6.00
Nemocardium bechei (Reeve, 1840) Japan  50-60mm, pink and striking  F++/GEM    12.00
Nemocardium bechei (Reeve, 1840) QLD, Australia 50-60mm, rare from here  F++/GEM    12.00
Trachycardium belcheri Broderip & Sowerby,1829 Panama  35-40mm, heavily sculptured species with yellow and pink  F++/GEM    12.00
Trigoniocardia biangulata Broderip & Sowerby,1829 Mexico  25-30mm, very angular and heavy with dark pink interior   F++/GEM    4.00
Laevicardium biradiatum Bruguiere, 1789 Indonesia  30-40mm, variable colours with red or pink dashes  F++/GEM    6.00
Fulvia boholensis Vidal, 1994 Indonesia  25-28mm, bright orange  F++    4.00
Vepricardium burnupi E A Smith, 1899 South Africa  35mm, nice sculpture  F++    8.00
Corculum cardissa Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  40-50mm, heart shaped, variable spots in white/yellow/pink F++/GEM    3.00
Corculum cardissa Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  40-50mm, wholesale offer - set of 4 different colours  F++/GEM    8.00
Laevicardium clarionense (Hertlein & Strong,1947) Panama   20-25mm, smooth colourful species   F++/GEM  5.00
Monodacna colorata   Eichwald, 1841 Europe  25-35mm, thin delicate species  F++    5.00
Trachycardium consors  Sowerby, 1833 Mexico  70-80mm, Baja California, very inflated & spiny super sp. F++/GEM  12.00
Laevicardium crassum Gmelin, 1791 North Sea  50-60mm, typical for species - was called norwegicum  F++/GEM    4.00
Acrosterigma cygnorum Deshayes, 1855 South Australia  45-50mm, fine sculpture, some yellow  F+/F++    3.00
Acrosterigma dupuchense (Reeve, 1845) Western Australia 40-50mm, very heavy sculpture  F++/GEM    4.00
Acanthocardia echinatum Linnaeus, 1758 Italy  50-55mm, typical  F++    4.00
Cerastoderma edule Linnaeus, 1758 Denmark  30-35mm, commercially caught species  F++    3.00
Trachycardium egmontianum Shuttleworth, 1856 Florida  30-40mm, spiny sculpture  F++/GEM    4.00
Trachycardium egmontianum Shuttleworth, 1856 Florida  45mm, albino  F++/GEM  sold out
Laevicardium elenense Sowerby, 1840 Costa Rica  15-20mm, dark tan and smooth   F++/GEM    4.00
Laevicardium elatum Sowerby, 1833 Mexico  under 100mm, large & yellow  F++    6.00
Laevicardium elatum Sowerby, 1833 Mexico  over 100mm, large & yellow  F++    10.00
Acrosterigma elongata Bruguiere, 1789 Philippines  35-40mm, form elongata, typical  F++/GEM    4.00
Acrosterigma elongata Bruguiere, 1789 Indonesia  60-70mm, form elongata, dark and colourful  F++/GEM    6.00
Fragum erugatum Tate, 1889 Western Australia 10-12mm, small & heavy  F++/GEM    4.00
Frigidocardium cf. exasperatum (G B Sowerby II, 1834) East China Sea 20-25mm, white inflated species with intricate sculpture F++/GEM  10.00
Acrosterigma flava Linnaeus, 1758 QLD, Australia 30-40mm, nice sculpture  F++/GEM    4.00
Acrosterigma flava Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  30-35mm, form subrugosa, yellow tinged   F++/GEM     5.00
Acrosterigma flava Linnaeus, 1758 Indonesia  40-50mm, form flava, heavy & colourful  F++    6.00
Fragum fragum Linnaeus, 1758 QLD, Australia  30-35mm, fine sculpture  F++    3.00
Fragum fragum Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia 30-35mm, coarser sculpture  F++    3.00
Clinocardium fucanum Dall, 1907 USA  35-40mm, typical for species  F++    10.00
Acrosterigma fultoni Sowerby, 1916 Western Australia 30-35mm, delicate with pink speckles  F++/GEM    6.00
Cerastoderma glaucum Poiret, 1789 Italy  15-20mm, small heavily sculptured species  F++/GEM    2.00
Trigoniocardia granifera Broderip & Sowerby,1829 Western Mexico 8-10mm, heavy ribbed species  F++/GEM    4.00
Trigoniocardia granifera Broderip & Sowerby,1829 Mexico  14mm, nice sculpture  F++  sold out
Serripes groenlandicus Gmelin, 1792 Alaska  39mm, smooth and white  F++  sold out
Ctenocardia gustavi   Vidal & Kirkendale, 2007 Malaysia  15-18mm, small rare species  F++/GEM    15.00
Fragum hemicardium Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia 40-45mm variable sculpture  F++/GEM    4.00
Acrosterigma hobbsae Vidal, 1999 Indonesia  30-35mm, much broader than A. punctolineata  F++/GEM  15.00
Acrosterigma hobbsae Vidal, 1999 Solomon Islands  30-35mm, very rare from here, broader than A. punctolineata  F++/GEM    15.00
Acrosterigma impolita Sowerby, 1833 Western Australia 25-30mm, angular umbo  F++    6.00
Vepricardium incarnatum Reeve, 1844 Philippines  50-60mm, heavily ribbed, dense spines, cream, pink margins F++    6.00
Vasticardium kenyanum (Cox, 1930) Thailand  30-35mm, inflated & elongate pink/orange shells  F++/GEM    6.00
Fulvia laevigata Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia 30-40mm, fragile, pale pink, cream or white F++/GEM 5.00
Laevicardium laevigatum Linnaeus, 1758 Florida  50-55mm, white and inflated  F++    6.00
Laevicardium lobulatum (Deshayes, 1855) Papua New Guinea 18-20mm, shiny shells from Madang with purple umbo F++/GEM 3.00
Acrosterigma luteomarginata Voskuil & Onverwagt,1991 Mauritius  40-50mm, form insulare, local form  F++    12.00
Lyrocardium lyratum Sowerby, 1840 Indonesia  40-45mm, typical  F++/GEM    6.00
Acrosterigma maculosa Wood, 1815 Indonesia  20-25mm, dark pink/red shells  F++    12.00
Acrosterigma magna Linnaeus, 1758 Bahamas  35-38mm, orange shells  F++    5.00
Trachycardium manoeli Prado,1993 Brazil   40-50mm, low spined and colourful   F++/GEM     15.00
Ctenocardia mansitii Otura, 1937 Taiwan  65-75mm, fine ribbed species with some intact perio F++/GEM  15.00
Ctenocardia media Linnaeus, 1758 Northern Brazil  30-40mm, very angular species variable colours  F++    4.00
Vasticardium mindanense Reeve, 1844 Sabah, Malaysia  30-40mm, inflated shells, dark accents on posterior margin  F++/GEM    6.00
Laevicardium mortoni Conrad, 1830 Florida, USA 18-22mm, smooth inflated species  F++/GEM  3.00
Vepricardium multispinosum Sowerby, 1838 QLD, Australia  50-55mm, large QLD form  F++    10.00
Vepricardium multispinosum Sowerby, 1838  Taiwan  40-50mm, spiny  F++/GEM     4.00
Vepricardium multispinosum Sowerby, 1838 Western Australia 30-35mm, with some pink  F++    6.00
Dallocardia muricatum Linnaeus, 1758 Florida  40-60mm, colourful with brown flecks on orange/green  F++/GEM    4.00
Laevicardium oblongum Gmelin, 1791 Spain  70-80mm, typical  F++/GEM  sold out
Trigoniocardia obovalis Sowerby, 1833 West Mexico  15-20mm, elongate species with heavy ribs  F++    3.00
Acrosterigma orbita Broderip & Sowerby,1833 Indonesia  70-80mm, form philippinense, heavy & spectacular  F++/GEM    8.00
Acrosterigma orbita Broderip & Sowerby,1833 Marquesas Islands 35-45mm, form mendanense, interesting local form  F++/GEM    12.00
Acrosterigma orbita Broderip & Sowerby,1833 Oahu, Hawaii  35-40mm, form hawaiiensis, narrow heavy shells  F++    10.00
Acrosterigma orbita Broderip & Sowerby,1833 Niue Island  45-50mm, form orbita, rare location  F+/F++    12.00
Acrosterigma oxygonum Sowerby, 1841 India  25-30mm, small robust sp. predominately red/orange  F++/GEM    4.00
Trachycardium panamense Sowerby, 1833 Western Mexico  40-60mm, heavy ribbed shells with purple tints  F++/GEM    6.00
Trachycardium panamense Sowerby, 1833 Western Mexico  60-80mm, very large and spectacular shells  F++/GEM    10.00
Plagiocardium papillosum Poli, 1795 Senegal  6-8mm, pale pink bands on white   F++/GEM    4.00
Vasticardium papuanum Vidal, 1996 Malyasia  40-60mm, large ovate species yellow internally  F++/GEM    10.00
Fulvia papyracea Gmelin, 1791 Western Australia 25-30mm, pale and fragile  F++/GEM    5.00
Acrosterigma pectiniforme (Born, 1780) Indonesia  25-30mm, white and heavily ribbed  F++/GEM    6.00
Acrosterigma pectiniforme (Born, 1780) Indonesia  20-25mm, white and heavily ribbed  F++/GEM    4.00
Trachycardium pristipleura Dall, 1901 Panama  45-50mm, heavy elongate shell   F++/GEM    8.00
Mexicardium procerum (Sowerby in Broderip) Western Mexico  50-70mm, narrower than T. panamense, smooth ribs F++/GEM    8.00
Plagiocardium pseudolatum Voskuil & Onverwagt,1991 QLD, Australia  30-35mm, pale pink extremity   F++    12.00
Nemocardium pulchellum Gray 1843 New Zealand  25-30mm, fragile  F++    6.00
Acrosterigma punctolineata Healy & Lamprell, 1992 Indonesia  20-30mm, typical for this species  F++/GEM    6.00
Acrosterigma punctolineata Healy & Lamprell, 1992 Solomon Islands  20-30mm, smaller than Indian Ocean form  F++/GEM    6.00
Cardium quadragenarium Conrad, 1837 Pacific Mexico  40-50mm, yellow-orange with red on anterior margin   F++/GEM  4.00
Cardium quadragenarium Conrad, 1837 Pacific Mexico  70-100mm, large and heavily frilled shells  F++  20.00
Fragum retusum Linnaeus, 1767 Western Australia 40-45mm, smooth & shiny  F++/GEM    3.00
Fragum retusum Linnaeus, 1767 QLD, Australia 30-33mm, some sculpure  F++/GEM    3.00
Ringicardium ringens Bruguiere, 1789 Senegal  25-30mm, spectacular interlocking teeth   F++/GEM    8.00
Dinocardium robustum Lightfoot, 1786 Texas  under 100mm, large but typical  F++    5.00
Dinocardium robustum Lightfoot, 1786 Texas  over 100mm, giant shells  F++    10.00
Acrosterigma rubicundum Reeve, 1845 Indonesia  25-30mm, form kengaluorum, small & circular  F++/GEM    6.00
Acrosterigma rugosum Lamarck, 181 QLD, Australia 35-39mm, white & rough  F++/GEM    5.00
Cardium samarangae Makiyana, 1934 Japan   20-25mm, pale cream with very fine sculpture  F++/GEM    20.00
Fragum scruposum Deshayes, 1855 QLD, Australia   12-15mm, nicely angular  F++/GEM    3.00
Trachycardium senticosum Sowerby, 1833 Panama  25-30mm, finely spined species  F++   5.00
Laevicardium serratum Linnaeus, 1758 Gulf of Mexico  30-35mm, smooth white to orange inflated species  F++/GEM    5.00
Plagiocardium setosum Redfield, 1848 Western Australia 50-55mm, orange/yellow  F++/GEM    4.00
Acrosterigma simplex Spengler, 1799 Indonesia  25-30mm, inflated, some with dark brown/purple interior  F++/GEM    4.00
Vepricardium spinosa Lightfoot, 1786 Portugal  60-70mm, spiny and inflated   F+/F++   sold out
Laevicardium substriatum Conrad, 1837 San Diego, USA 20-25mm, smooth  F++    4.00
Fulvia tenuicostata Lamarck, 1819 South Australia  40-50mm, smooth & purple umbo  F++/GEM    4.00
Nemocardium thetidis Hedley, 1902 South Australia  10-12mm, very rare  F++/GEM    10.00
Nemocardium thetidis Hedley, 1902 QLD, Australia  10-12mm, super canary yellow form, exceptionally rare  F++/GEM    15.00
Acrosterigma transcendens Melvill & Standen, 1898 Indonesia  20-25mm, typical for species  F++    10.00
Acanthocardia tuberculatum Linnaeus, 1758 Greece  40-60mm, with heavy sculpture  F+/F++    4.00
Acanthocardia tuberculatum Linnaeus, 1758 Spain  40-45mm, albino  F++    8.00
Fragum unedo Linnaeus, 1758 Western Australia  50-52mm, some pink speckles  F++/GEM    4.00
Acrosterigma variegata Sowerby, 1841 Indonesia  30-40mm, nice shells, variable red & orange variations  F++    12.00
Acrosterigma vertebrata (Jonas, 1844) Western Australia  50-60mm, was called reeveanum  F++/GEM    4.00
Ctenocardia virgo Reeve, 1845 QLD, Australia  25-30mm, pink tinged  F+/F++    8.00
Ctenocardia virgo Reeve, 1845 Indonesia  11-15mm, pink anterior margin  F++    5.00
Acrosterigma wilsoni (Voskuil & Onverwagt,1991) Western Australia 70-80mm, large & typical  F++    12.00

 

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